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I would like to dedicate this book to all you open minded "Truthers" who seek learning and 
knowledge, wherever it may lead you. This book is like no other revisionist history book you 
will ever have read. It should, and will open your mind, if your mind is open, to some truly 
incredible revisionist his-story. 

Also, I would like to give a shout out and huge THANK YOU to all those most excellent 
re-Searchers who have brought the Tartarian narrative to the light so that we may all upload and 
download this exciting new narrative about who our ancestors once were. Not limited to, but in 
the forefront of my gleaning of knowledge are the likes of Martin Liedtke at Flat Earth British, Jon 
Levi and Marcia Ramalho of The Blue on Face Book. Other most excellent websites that I have 
learned so much from are and Also, Philipp Druzhinin, 
Richard Lopez, Subphotonic,UAP, Observation Deck Darryle Marble, the North American Mud 
Evidence Group, Mudflood & Hidden History Researchers, and many more missed. 

Starting from 1975 a group of mathematicians, 
mainly from the Moscow State University, were 
engaged in the development of this problem. 
Interesting results were received and published 
both in scientific periodical print and in separate 
monographs. We underline, that new concept of 
chronology is based, mainly, on analysis of historical 
A.T.Fomenko sources with the methods of modern mathematical 
statistics and vast computer calculations. Anatoly Fomenko is a full member (Academician) of 
the Russian Academy of Sciences (1994), the International Higher Education 
Academy of Sciences (1993) and Russian Academy of Technological Sciences 
(2009), as well as a doctor of physics and mathematics (1972), a professor 
(1980), and head of the Differential Geometry and Applications Department 
of the Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics in Moscow State University 
(1992). Fomenko is the author of the theory of topological invariants of an 
integrable Hamiltonian system. He is the author of 180 scientific publications, 

26 monographs and textbooks on mathematics, a specialist in geometry and 
topology, variational calculus, symplectic topology, Hamiltonian geometry 
and mechanics, and computational geometry. Fomenko is also the author of a number of books 
on the development of new empirico-statistical methods and their application to the analysis of 
historical chronicles as well as the chronology of antiquity and the Middle Ages. Mr. Fomenko 
is the author of extensive writings in his original fields of mathematics, and is also known for 
his original drawings inspired by topological objects and structures. 



Intro Deduction 

Chapter 1 

Who Were the Tartarians? 

Reclaiming their past... Tartary language, flag, crest. Emperor's, and its 
own Universal Language.. .The Most Ancient Writings of the Tartarians... 
Tarturus in "The" King James Bible... History is a Lied Agreed Upon... 
Tartar History 

Chapter 2 

Maps & Flags of the Great Tartary 

Griffins, Symbol of The Great Tartaria 

Chapter 3 

Mudflood's & Liquefication 

Why All The Half-Floor First Floors?... Civilizations 200 ft. Below the Sea... 
The Great Reset of 1811-1812... The Island of California... Jesuits and Free¬ 
masons Founded the "New" California... The Legend of San Francisco and 
Conflicting Population Numbers.. .1850's Los Angeles, California. 

Chapter 4 

Tartarian Culture 

Kings of Tartary... The Elegant and Beautiful Women of Tartary... The 
First Natives of America ~ Black Moors... Destroying the Identity of the 
Black Moor Tartarians... Another Huge NWO Lie ~ The Transatlantic 
Slave Trade Out of Africa.. .4.25 million African Slaves Shipped to Brazil 
& Mexico?... Toltecs, Mayans, Aztecs, etc...All Were Black Moors.. .Dressed 
to the Nines in the 1900's. 

Chapter 5 

Flat Earth Tartarians 

Earliest World Map of Flat Earth (1587) 

Chapter 6 

Energy Star Forts 

Starforts of Energy, Frequency and Vibration... Over 71 Starforts in the 
USA Were Built in the 1850's Alone Starforts Worldwide. 

Chapter 7 

Healing Centers 

Tiergarten, Germany. Animal Healing Center for the World... Cymatic 
Gardens to Heal the Soul.. .The Healing Resonance of Churches.. .Magnif¬ 
icent Opus Healing Pipe Organs 


Chapter 8 

Chapter 9 

Chapter 10 

Chapter 11 

Chapter 12 

Chapter 13 

Chapter 14 

Chapter 15 

The Magnificent Worldwide Tartarian Architecture 

Columns and Statues of Elaborate and Elegant Design.. .Magnificent Stained- 
Glass Architecture...Dome is Ohm...Grand Arches...Grand Worldwide 
Tartary Architecture... Private Residences Now Occupied by the Elite 

Impossible Engineering 123 

The USA Canal System... Great Wall of China.. .The Grand Canal of China... 
Precision Cut Massive Stones Worldwide by Whom, With What Tools?... 

Deep In the Ground Cathedrals and Water Works... Underground Travel 
Through Pneumatic Tubes... Washington D.C.'s Underground Tunnel 
Systems How Did They Build These Castles? 

Grand Interiors of Elegance and Beauty 139 

Great Tartary Libraries... 

Peace on Earth - Free Energy Eveiywhere 141 

The Origins of Electricity.. .Wireless Technology & Weather Modification 
in the 19*^ Century... Harvesting Lightning...Harvesting Magnetricity 
Through Copper Domes... Copper Extracting and Processing Was Not 
Easy, Even Today... Sky scrapers Are Energy Harvesters... Wireless Poles 
and Lamps..Worldwide Round Stone Energy Towers...Tartary Power 
Stations...Pyramid Power...Grand Canyon, USA Pyramids The Tibetan 
Thunderbolt ~ The Most Powerful Weapon in the Universe 

Free Travel Anywhere 169 

Plying Machines & Refueling Stations...Harnessing the Ether; Sailing 
Any where... Vimana Plying Machines California Airships of 1852... 
Compressed Air Trains... Compressed Air Cars.. .Wirelessly Heating Castles, 
Cathedrals and Estates.. .Gas Lit Lamp Posts.. .Robots of 1883... 

There Were Giants Among US 185 

Giants Across USA.. .Giants Doorways.. .Fossilized Giants?... 

From Russian With Love 193 

History Science of Fiction?...The Romanov's Did It...The White Cities of 

The Great Tartary Railway Train Systems 199 

Origins of the Transcontinental Rail ways... The First Trains Worldwide... 
Amazing Railway Terminals Luxurious Traveling.. .1895 Mail Order Every¬ 
thing Delivered by Rail 


Chapter 16 Tartar U.S.A. 

State Capitols Buildings.. .US Postal Buildings.. .Horse n' Buggy Construc¬ 
tion; NYC 1880...The Destruction of US Tartary Buildings...Freemason 

Chapter 17 Grand Exhibition's & Amusement Parks 221 

The Great London Exhibition...Paris Exposition Universelle...Brussels 
International Exposition... National Exposition of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro... 

USA Expositions and Exhibitions from 1838 -1930.. .Women's Public Art & 
Architecture.. .Infant Incubators at the World's Fairs...The Incredible Light 
Shows of Electricity - The Button That Turned on The Columbian Expo¬ 
sition Electricity...Construction and Destruction of the Chicago World's 
Fair in 1893... 

Chapter 18 The Western Capitol of Tartary; San Francisco 247 

The Cliff House...Sutro Bath Houses...1894 California Midwinter Inter¬ 
national Exposition 1915 Pan-Pacific Exhibition...San Diego's 1915 
Panama-California Exposition.. .The Boardwalk Santa Cruz, Ca. 

Chapter 19 Children 4 Sale; All Aboard the Foundling Trains 263 

Foster Care Was Created to Harvest Children...Origins of US Foundling 
Homes.. .Foundling Wheels 

Chapter 20 Insane Insane Asylums of the 19“' Century 267 

Worldwide Asylums... USA Insane Asylums of the 19“' Century.. .Burning 
and Burying the Evidence 

Chapter 21 The Destruction of Great Tartary 279 

Tarty Star Wars.. .Under City Buried Boneyards.. .Destruction of Structures 
...Destruction of the Tartarian People...Technological Genocide?...The 
American Holocaust.. .The Great Fires in History 

Appendix I List of Tartarian Architecture Worldwide (Gothic) 297 

Appendix II List of World Fairs and Exhibitions 1790 - 1930 315 


tf we understand the me^harlisrr^ 
and nvotives of the group mindj it is 
now possible to control and 
regiment the masses according to 
our Will without thenii knowing it. 

F irstly, please do not believe anything 
written in this book to be true. Re-Search 
for yourselves what you find to be 
truthful or not using your own discernment 
and judgement. 

Secondly, assume nothing to be true. The 
ancients had a term called "tabula rosa" which 
means to start anew with a fresh open mind 
where everything and anything is possible. 
The New World Order (NWO) 1 call those that eliminated the history of the Old World Order 
(OWO) Tartarians use the one-symbol frequently. This is because they say "that in the land of 
the blind, the one-eyed man is King". The two eyes represent a subjective and objective view¬ 
point. So, they cover up the subjective to just look at the world objectively, in cold, calculating 
terms. (In the 1920's Edward Bernays was under the employment of Nelson Rockefeller, one of 
the wealthiest men in the world at the time. Rockefeller founded the modern-day school system 
and owned the school text book companies as well.) 

Digitalization ~ The Modern Day Burning of Alexandria 

Those who are truthers have understood that the NWO has had the ability 
to alter images, or photoshop, for decades and decades. A prime example 
being the obvious photoshopped images of Earth from 'space'. Google's 
secret effort to scan every book in the world, codenamed "Project Ocean". 

Back in 2004 Google decided to digitalize every single book they could 
find and then replace hard cover books with online books on Kindle.. .as in 
'kindling' a fire aka book burning. Thusly, they could effectively alter and 
control any digitalized books and images to portray the 'story' the NWO 
wish to tell/sell us. By 2004, Google had started scanning. In just over a 
decade, after making deals with Michigan, Harvard, Stanford, Oxford, the 
New York Public Library, and dozens of other library systems, the company 
had scanned about 25 million books. It cost them an estimated $400 million. It was the first project 
that Google ever called a "Moonshot." What made the system so efficient is that it left so much of 
the work to software. Rather than make sure that each page was aligned perfectly, and flattened, 
before taking a photo, which was a major source of delays in traditional book-scanning systems, 
cruder images of curved pages were fed to de-warping algorithms, which used the LIDAR data 
along with some clever mathematics to artificially bend the text back into straight lines. Effec¬ 
tively, now that most get all their news and information on his-story from online, the "official" 
narrative is only held in cyberspace and if, when, the internet no longer becomes viable, those 
that own books, and oral narratives will be the only ones to provide an "Alternative History" 
of our not so distant past. On a sidenote, please keep in the forefront of your minds that Eric 
Schmidt is the former CEO of Google and now is employed by the CIA and NSA. 





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O nce upon a time there was a highly advanced civilization today 
known as Great Tartaria. She was disappeared from our history 
books less than a century ago. Its vestiges are still everywhere. 

This civ ili zation dominated technologies more advanced than the present 
ones. Its geopolymer concrete was eternal and grew stronger over time. 

Its gigantic iron and glass structures, surmounted by domes and metal 
needles, were present on every continent. Associated with mercury, 
they distributed free atmospheric energy to everyone. Its towers and 
railway stations are still in operation. Unfortunately, the technology 
of free energy from the Aether was destroyed and "imprisoned" and 
old technology reintroduced, like cables and wires to distribute energy 
and make handsome profits. 

The story goes that Nikola Tesla had 'discovered' the technology 
to connect to the Aether and provide unlimited power to everyone, 
anywhere, at any time. You could travel by boat, car or plane for free 
by simply accessing Natures magnetrical energy that is omnipresent 
and we have not been 'allowed' this free energy to all due to our capitalist capitalizing system 
of greed and domination by those in power even to this day. So, for over 100 hundred years we 
have been denied a benevolent system of free energy to all. Mr. Tesla, if he even existed, was a 
front man to hide the Tartarian free energy devices you will see detailed extensively in this book. 

The Fake History has been called the Ancient architecture as "Moorish revival" or "Mauresque" 
and "Islamic". And also "Colonial", "Medieval", "Neoclassical", "Baroque", "Romanesque", 
"Gothic", "Beaux Arts", "Eclectic", "Tudor", "Renaissance", "Palladian", "Richardsonian Roman¬ 
esque", "Chicago School" or "Victorian". And labeled them as fashionable styles, to hide the old 
and true function of its columns, arched openings, pinnacles, rose windows, naves ornamented 
with iron columns, towers, and domes. In addition to having cut the ends of the pinnacles in the 
photographs or add crosses that did not exist before. 

His-story tells us that the first power stations were first established in Cairo, Egypt in 876, 
according to Wikipedia. It is the largest and oldest in Egypt, in its original form. All Tartaria 
power stations, small and large, had pipe organs to harmonize and heal the population through 
sound waves, what is now known as "cymatics". The churches and cathedrals we see throughout 
the world all share similar design patterns that were designed with sacred acoustic geometry to 
maximize vibration, tone and resonance to heal and help download higher consciousness. After 
the Great Purge of the Tartarians, the religious orders, spearheaded by the Romanov's, recon¬ 
stituted these amazing structures into Presbyterian, Catholic, Anglican, Mormon synagogue, 
mosque temples ecetera. 

Russian scholar Antony Eomenko wrote a most important series of a 7-volume book series 
called, 'History, Science of Eiction' where he proves that modern written history dates only back 


2 The One World Tartarians 

In 1213 King John surrendered the 
Kingdom of England to the Holy 
See under the Golden Bull. In 1215 

under direct papal authority King John issued the Magna Carta (Latin 
for Great Charter) and that established the one-mile square block 
called the City of London Corporation as a sovereign entity from 
England and London. The Holy See uses Latin for official documents and the Vatican uses Latin 
as its official language. Novus Ordo Seclorum is Latin and translates to New Order of the Ages and is 
on the United States Great Seal and United States one dollar bill. Washington DC is located in 

both Virginia and Maryland. That is Virgin Mary Land. 
DC was originally called Rome in 1669 which is stated in 
the Catholic Encyclopedia. DC is Roman architecture and 
Capitol Hill is named after Capitoline Hill in Rome. The 
ancient Roman fasces symbol is all over federal buildings 
and federal seals. The federal government is based on the 
Roman Republic which was a fascist empire. 

Roman fasces, where the word "fascist" comes from. 
They had bundled caning rods and an axe for anyone who 
disagreed with Roman Laws. The Colonna family cere¬ 
monially rule over Capitoline Hill which represents political power of Rome's corporate empire. 
The column symbolizes the political support 
that maintains their claim to governmental land 
ownership. Washington DC is Roman architec¬ 
ture and has the Roman fasces symbol all over US 
federal buildings and US seals. Fascism means 
a centralization of power. Capitol Hill is named 
after Capitoline Hill in Rome. 

to 1200 AD. This dovetails with the creation of the trilateral New World Order (NWO) founding 
of the Vatican, City of London and Washington D.C. 

Urtlil i l'll t The United States 

I I li^Wj is defined as a federal 

corporation under US 
I code 3002 section 15. 

The Virginia Company 
was turned into the 
United States during the 
non-occurring Revo¬ 
lutionary War by the 
Ereemasonic Eounding 

Fathers who were serving the Grand Lodge of England. The 
Virginia Company was issued by the British royal family from 
the City of London Corporation 
for North American settlements. 

I refer yon to the UNITED 
STATES CODE (note the 
capitalization, indicating the 
corporation, not the Republic) 
Title 28 3002 (IS) (A) (B) (C). It 
is stated unequivocally that the 
UNITED STATES is a corporation. 

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The NWO also rewrote his-story during 
the revision of history during the epic reset 
between the mid-1800's until the 1930's 
when Court Hofjuden David Rockefeller, 
along with the Rothschilds (Red Shield) 
began the many stories of the Big Bang, 

Evolution and the his-story of religious 
myth and lore. The Court Hofjuden were/ 
are the Akanashi Jewish people who were 
conscripted by the Vatican to be allowed to 
make the all the money and all the fame, as 
long as the Vatican, Jesuits and 13 Satanic 
Bloodlines would be provided with infor¬ 
mation and power. The Vatican set up 
confessionals, for the same purpose and 
runs a worldwide spy spook agency called 
"The Entity" which owns and controls all 
major spy agencies including the CIA, NSA, 

Mi6, Mossad, etc. This is all part of their 
"One World Order" as stated in Latin on 
the back of US dollar bills. 

The Old World Order were the benevolent Tartarian's. One of their only primary directives 
was that "What you take back from Nature, you give back more!". Their Nature/Nurtures was 
based on Isis, the Moon Goddess, who created and provide for all. One can only conclude, given 
the extremely similar structures we see throughout the world, that all lived in common language 
and were all related in common thought, intention and design. They had healing centers for 
animals. They had passive relations with all life because they had advanced their consciousness 
to emanate Love and benevolence to all. Their flag was of a Griffin, which was a real animal! 
The Griffin is part human, part eagle, part lion, and part androgynous bull. It appears, from their 
maps and legend, that there also existed Centaurs, flying turtles and Unicorns. 

They then, we can only surmise, that the entire Tartarian people were destroyed when the 
NWO learned how to use the Tartary technology and use it to destroy the entire culture and 
erase their existence from modern his-story books of today. If yo look carefully at the photos and 
images in this book, you will see these massive buildings that would mean their were hundreds 
of millions, maybe even tens of billions of Tartarians that were "eliminated" when the healing 
technology was used to destroy. We find m i ll i ons of bones buried under cities and massive insane 
asylums, where they likely imprisoned the adult Tartars, after they had separated them from 
their children (to be sold for slave labor and shipped on "foundling trains), that had crematories 
and large graveyards on their sites. 

And did the once Great Tartarians enjoy a one common language, as the Tower of Babylon 
suggests? Britain has over 44 dialects alone! So now do we 'languish in our languages' created 
by the NWO order and Phoenicians so that now our definitions are to 'deaf Phoenicians' and we 
"babble on and on" with all the varying dialects, idioms and Roman Latin etymologies? 

4 The One World Tartarians 

The New World Order we see unfolding today likely geno- 
cided the Tartars, under the Spiritual mind and body control 
of Lucifer and Satan. Some of these mind-controlled NWO 
are called "Blue Bloods" due to their blood being of higher 
copper content than non-RH negative blood line humans. 
The Rh-negative bloodline allows genealogical DNA traits 
to passed on, whereas any "contamination" of positive + 
bloodlines corrupts the purity of the bloodlines. Most are not 
even aware that all US Presidents have negative blood and 
their lineage can be traced back to King Charles II of the 17* 
century and Vladmir the Impaler aka the original Dracula! 
Throughout the world, invading forces that defeated Tartaria 
appropriated their palaces and red power stations and turned them into universities, museums, 
theaters, banks, prefectures, chambers of commerce, stock 
exchange, churches, high school, courts, banks, post offices, 
libraries, opera theaters, biomedical research institutes, casinos 
and tourist attraction, as well as cathedrals, synagogues and 
churches and rewrote their history chronicled in the collective 
"Wikipedia". And they continue to paint the structures that 
extract energy from the Aether with the same colors as Tartaria. 

And keep destroying. Tartaria was the whole world: Asia, Africa, 

Europe, Oceania and the Americas were part of a single High 
Civilization and had the architecture focused on the extraction 
of magneticritical energy. Great Tartary was then divided into 
civilizational categories like the Ottoman Empire, Byzantine Empire and Ross Empire. These 
changes were then 'archived' into the likes of throne room of the Grand Krem lin Palace in Moscow, 
the National Archives of Britain and in the Library of Congress in Washington. 

The NWO parasites also interrupted the astronomical clocks of Tartaria because they used the 
geocentric model to represent the solar system. In the Tartarian astronomical clocks, the earth was 
at the center of Gods Creation. These clocks me Jewel of Prague; The world’s 0[dest AstroriDmical 
were complex calculating machines. They Clock in Use 
used terms like computus and to operate 
them sophisticated mathematical knowledge 
was required. The invaders invented the helio¬ 
centric model and the Copernicus character, 
among many others, to be able to recreate the 
history of humanity and erase traces of their 
recent crimes and destruction of the great 
civilization of Tartaria. 

To be very clear, Tartaria was the Whole 
World with a unified language and design. 

How could the many pyramids found all over the world incorporate the same thought and 
designs, if the Tartars were not all connected somehow? 

Intro Deduction 5 

Where are the Design Plans? We will see over and over again how 1) Fires were said to destroy 
most of the structures, 2) Architectural drawings and blueprints are never made available, 3) Iron 
forgery plants not located, 4) Where the stones, bricks, copper, iron, etc. came from or 5) How 
these massive structures and incredible engineering feats were accomplished. Would they not 
be sharing all their amazing know how with us all? Yet, you will find very little, if any, available 
literature on any of the above. 

The Architecture to Extract Energy The world architecture for electromagnetic energy extraction 
derives entirely from the High Civilization Tartar Aryan. It is characterized by the use of arch 
openings, columns, domes and towers. In addition to details such as rose windows and muqa- 
rnas, symbols of the vibration of electromagnetic energy, which acts on molecules and changes 
the behavior of cells. Formerly these waves could act in healing, levitation and transport, besides 
provoking feelings like harmony and euphoria. This energy can now be used in another way. 
The architecture of the Tartaria undergoes slight modifications and influences according to the 
local characteristics of climate, culture and material resources but maintains the basic principles 
throughout the world. 

You will find that pyramids, theaters and Colosseum's 
all had water channels running under them directly where 
the sound energy was directed. The Star Forts seem to have 
been designed to create a micro-domes that protected the 
inhabitants and resonate harmony. This was detailed in Tesla's 
3-dimensional shell is created by interfering two Fourier-ex- 
pansion, 3-dimensional scalar hemispherical patterns in space 

so they pair-couple into a dome-like shell of intense, ordinary 
electromagnetic energy. The air molecules and atoms in the 
shell are totally ionized and thus highly excited, giving off 
intense, glowing light. Anything physical which hits the shell receives an enormous discharge of 
electrical energy and is instantly vaporized — it goes pfft! like a bug hitting one of the electrical 
bug killers now so much in vogue. 

The elite survived by utilizing them during the 
resets. Look at some old depictions of star forts that 
were surrounded by walls of mud and remained 
mostly undamaged. Imagine a society that created 
free energy with the classical arts and our jobs were 
musical in nature. On the Solfeggio scale 528 Hz 
is significant. These sound frequencies we created 
made plants, humans and animals grow larger and 
maintained a temperate climate. All cities located at 
strategic points on Earth along canals, rivers, seas, 
lakes and oceans were Star Fortress and had electro¬ 
magnetic energy extracted from the ether. The energy 
was then captured through towers and obelisks and 
stored in the red and white striped power stations 
of the High Civilization lately called Great Tartaria. 

6 The One World Tartarians 

They always had a water fountain nearby The electromagnetic energy was extracted and stored 
in toroid coils at the power plant summits, covered with copper, positioned below the towers. 
Star Fortress' coordinated the distribution of water, gas and electromagnetic energy throughout 
the Earth, ran the world food and transport system, was responsible for all communications, 
health, education, culture, and well-being. 

Underground tunnels, magnificent communicating vessels with platforms and palaces, inter¬ 
connected all the cities around the world, running in disruption. Through them were billions 
of people, luggage, objects, correspondence. On the surface, well-planned cities, magnificent 
buildings, huge parks, power plants, music, culture, art. In the sky, immense airships for those 
who prefer to observe the world from a bird's point of view. An inaccessible world, forever lost, 
whose traces can only be found in yellowed photographs, in the contemplation of buildings whose 
architecture seems incomprehensible by todays standards of understanding 'modern' civilization. 

Great Tartaria had no colonies. It was a One World civilization, united in common understanding 
and speaking the same language - Tartar (Arabic) and Sanskrit. A One World civilization without 
frontiers, with independent nations, ruled by qualified princes, elected by a local council of wise 
men but counseled by women. 

'Colonies' were an invention of the British-Jesuit-Empire, which defeated this once beautiful 
civilization, enslaved their white and black people, addicted them to opium and other drugs, 
turned the fragile nations into colonies to rob and destroy it and erased all the worldwide White 
Cities. Then, they installed their puppets in every government and rewrote all of his-story. 
Public schooling founded by the Rockefeller and Rothschild "Court Hofjuden's" successfully 
reprogrammed our historical narrative once the children were separated from their parents. 
It is said that once one generation believes something to be true, the next generation assumes 
it be true. 

The Tartar-Aryans are the cradle of civilization as the survivors and descendants of Hyperborea. 
Hyperboreans were the first inhabitants of the Earth. The Scythian-Tartar-Aryans are the survivors 
from Hyperborea. They taught to the world their advanced technologies, always respecting the 
local culture and religion and promoting interracial alliances through marriages - since the misce¬ 
genation was one of the characteristics of their Ancient Golden Civilization. This is why the DNA 
Tartar-Aryan is in all peoples from Earth. That is why the roots of the Russian language are in all 
artificial languages created in 19-20th century by the Jesuit parasites 'scholars' led by Joseph Scalager. 
In exchange for low taxes. Tartary would offer the protection of its armies - the fearsome Golden 
Horde. But we were defeated by DEW and chemical weapons that were only used for benevolent 
purposes by the Tartarians. The elimination of the Tartarians occurred less than 150 years ago! 

Look at today's Russia - officially called the Russian Federation - and you will understand 
how the world was in the Old Days. Now, within the present Russian borders, live more than 
150 different ethnicities whom coexist with different degrees of knowledge and development 
- and their people speak 200 different languages and dialects. The Russian literacy is 98%. The 
remnants of the once Great Tartary still can be seen there. 

In the days of Tartary technologies and understanding of the use of frequency, vibration, and 
energy, the keys to the Universe, were far more advanced than current ones we understand 
today. Nikola Tesla was said to have discovered "free energy", yet the Tartarians had mastered 
these universal energies. How did they construct and build out their incredible cathedrals and 

Intro Deduction 7 

buildings? Did they have gigantic machines to print exquisite ornament to buildings and others 
for making canals to join oceans? 

Creation Mythology or Tartarian Advanced Manifestation? 

When rotating inside coils, magnetic fields create electrical charges in a mercury vortex. 
Hindu energetic complexes exhibit this function at the top of their structures. "In a coil of 
multiple turns of wire, the magnetic field of the turns adds in 
the center of the coil, creating a strong field", says Wikipedia. 

"Coils" can still be seen at the top of the power supply centers 
in India. Religions refer to these energy factories as" temples." 

Parmanand complex in Indonesia had originally 240 Power Stations 
in a concentric mandala layout. Power plants have metal hoops 
where the "toroidal coil" works. Perhaps the "mass dumper" of 
the Taipei Tower accumulates this function. 

Modern towers are already built with the domes themselves 
and they are positioned below the pole that stands up to contact 
with the ether. This metal sphere represents the favorite geometric 
object of the fictional character "Tesla", reports Wikipedia. The 
star fortress in Haiti, Taj Mahal, Hagia Sofia, Pantheon or Tower 
of Jewels were production plants and distribution of atmospheric 
energy, as well as thousands of "cathedrals", "temples" and palaces 
around the world. In fact, you will see the 47 story Tower of Jewels 
in many world exhibitions, including the 1915 San Francisco Pan 
Pacific Exhibition. 

All over the world the technology of energy extraction through the atmosphere still works 

perfectly in castles, buildings, palaces, greenhouses, lighthouses, 

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kiosks, fountains, mosques , fortresses, towers, bridges and cathe¬ 
drals" that kept the old technological apparatus intact. This apparatus 
includes elaborate roof grids and small window-like openings, 
metal ornaments in the corners of buildings, pointed antennae with 
ornaments or balls with mercury, metals embedded in masonry and 
geopolymer concrete, jars containing mercury, cornices, spires, roofs 
with copper ornaments and structural foundations in iron, among 
others. This apparatus is also present in the current skyscrapers. 

The Tartary civilization was likely destroyed in the 19* -20th 
century through floods, energy weapons (DEW) and scheduled mass 
exterminations and the Earth was suddenly deserted by billions of 
people. All the architecture and technology of this superior civilization 
was stolen and passed into the hands of the NWO who created the 
current ignorant civilization. Could it be that these alleged events of 
the 1800's were the final book burning, history removing, knowledge 
of the Tartarian people? 

8 The One World Tartarians 

Horse and Buggy Lies So the story goes... 

Before the invention of the automobile (1885) and 
the airplane (1903) 

Before the invention of trains and automobiles, 
animal power was the main form of travel. Horses, 
donkeys, and oxen pulled wagons, coaches, and 
buggies. The carriage era lasted only a little more 
than 300 years, from the late seventeenth century 
until the early twentieth century. 

We are told/sold that horse and buggy were the 
primary vehicles to haul the stones and bricks from 
quarries to build the incredible edifices seen in this book? And construction of towers as tall as 47 
stories were erected without any found engineering design plans, and had statues, lighting and 
elegant detail by common workers who, in many cases in the west, had just arrived in those cities? 

Communications Telegraph & Telephone Systems 

Think of all the telegraph poles and then, telephone poles that had to be strung throughout 
cities and countries! Yet, you will repeatedly see in the cities of Tartary, that many communi¬ 
cation poles were wireless and installed everywhere as early as the 1850's. Only in 1851 did 
railways start to use telegraphy. Prior to that, telegraph wires strung along the tracks were seen 
as a nuisance, occasionally sagging and causing accidents and even fatalities. First commercial 
telegraph line completed. The Magnetic Telegraph Company's lines ran from New York to 
Washington in 1846. 

The final phase of the telegraph's integration occurred between 1857 and 1866. In this period 
the members consolidated into a national monopoly. By 1864 only Western Union and the Amer¬ 
ican Telegraph Company remained of the "Six Nations." The United States Telegraph Company 
entered the field by consolidating smaller, independent firms in the early 1860s, and operated 
in the territory of both the American Telegraph Company and Western Union. By 1866 Western 
Union absorbed its last two competitors and reached its position of market dominance. The 
period from 1866 through the turn of the century was the apex of Western Union's power. Yearly 
messages sent over its lines increased from 5.8 million in 1867 to 63.2 million in 1900. Over the 
same period, transmission rates fell from an average of $1.09 to 30 cents per message. 

Western Union's greatest threat came from a new technology, the telephone. Alexander 
Graham Bell patented the telephone in 1876, initially referring to it as a "talking telegraph." The 
telephone was used in the 1880s only for local calling, but with the development in the 1890s 
of "long lines," the telephone offered increased competition to the telegraph. In 1900, local calls 
accounted for 97% of the telephone's business, and it was not until the twentieth century that 
the telephone fully displaced the telegraph. As you will also see the US mail service only began 
in the early 1850's. The first airmail was transported in 1870 by letters in free balloons! The first 
stagecoaches to deliver mail on a 2,800-mile southern route between Tipton, Missouri and San 
Francisco, California, specified as a 24-day run but often taking months. So how did all hundreds 
of World Exhibitions and Fairs communicate to set up and bring millions of people to their events 
from all around the world? 

Intro Deduction 9 

The destruction caused by Hindenburg marked the surprising and sudden end of the balloon 
era. Two years later, the Second World War began, aimed at destroying the threatening and 
magnificent German industrial park, redefining all geopolitical borders and killing and moving 
as many civilians as possible. Britain did not admit the idea that Germany supplanted the Brit¬ 
ish-controlled economy in the colony they had founded under the name of the United States 
(Virginia Corporation). For this, bankers funded the rise of the Hitler myth, a character represented 
by several "actors". Among them, Kermit Roosevelt., the second child of Theodore Roosevelt 
(Cecil Rhodes) 

It is said that his-story is written by the Victors 
and you will find yourself repeating over and 
over, as you peruse this book saying to your¬ 
self, "wow, I was never taught any of this!". It 
is what we are not taught, is likely the truth 
of what really happened. That the Tartarian 
history has been nearly completed scrubbed 
from modern his-story proves out this point, 
as well as Flat Earth, we've never been to the 
moon and no planes hit the Twin tower on 9/11. One can only conclude that all of his-story is a 
lie and that we are self-granted permission to create a "Tabula Rosa" in our minds, or to erase 
what we thought we knew and look at the information and documentation provided in this 
book for a new understand of HER-story. Of a One World benevolent society living in elegance, 
beauty and harmony connected deeply Spiritually, mentally and physically with Nature in Love 
and Peace. May we one day soon find again and re-Member and re-Turn back to these amazing 
people called the Tartarians. 

What If? By Marcia Ramalho 

1. You know that the man did not go to the Moon. That the Titanic did not "sink" under the 
command of jesuit captain "Edward Smith". That the owners of the ship pretended it sank 
just to receive high insurance. That the purpose was never to disappear with some tycoons 
who opposed the creation of the FED because they owned the FED and therefore did not 
need to die. 

2. You know that the Federal Reserve is a private Central Bank created in 1913 for currency 
issuance, inflation control and interest rates and thus responsible for the all world economic 
depressions and the real U.S. debt of 75 trillion. 

3. You know that attacks on RMS Lusitania, Pearl Harbor and the incident in the Gulf of Tonkin 
were plaimed to justify the entry of the U.S. into Vietnam and World Wars. That "Hitler" 
was a creation of Wall Street bankers to kill the largest number of Russians and Germans 
and boost the "holocaust" myth. That the creation of a false flag called "Dreyfus Affair" gave 
rise to prejudice and a new word - "antisemitism" - which would be very useful for wearing 
wolves into the skin of lambs. 

4. You know that the sumptuous ship RMS "Lusitania" - built by Tartarians - was the fastest 
Atlantic crossing vessel and was taken by the Parasites and their agents, the Grey Men. That 
the ship had his engines fully powered by electricity from the "Aether" and so had to "sink" 

10 The One World Tartarians 

two times by the Parasites to be converted and reappear years later with less a chimney and 
under new names. That the "Lusitania" was indeed the "Titanic" , the RMS "Majestic" and 
the RMS "Queen Elizabeth". 

5. You know that an elite Nazi scientist was taken in the post-war to work in the U.S. through 
"Operation Paperclip". That the Nazi Allen Dulles was the CIA director and created the 
terrorist network responsible for attacks on European capitals since 1980, known as NATO 
"Gladio Operation". That Winston Churchill caused tens of millions of deaths and no fire 
knocked down the Two Towers in NY. 

6. You know that there were no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. That interventions in Kosovo 
and Afghanistan were to make stratospheric profits with heroin and coke. That children in 
Sandy Hook did not die. That ISIS is the mercenary army set up by American-French-Brit- 
ish-Israeli intelligence agencies to fight for the creation of the "Greater Israel". That Gaddafi 
and Assad did kill their own people. That more than 80 countries suffered brutal intervention 
from the Deep State. That "climate change" means weather engineering programs to cause 
99artificial hurricanes, earthquakes and floods. 

7. You know that traces of smoke in the sky of "chemtrails" contain aluminum nanoparticles 
going straight to your lungs. That "sustainability" and "transparency" mean pesticides and 
hidden destruction. That the profusion of antennas modify magnetic resonance to cause 
diseases. That the media distribute poor quality propaganda in the shape of news. That 
thousands of counterfeit operations are created to justify more wars, looting, genocide, 
displacement, restriction of civil liberties, deliberate harm to health, sale of organs, trafficking 
of children and huge profits. 

8. What if the magnificent civilization of Tartaria was destroyed with the help and planning of 
inhuman shadowy forces? What if History taught in schools is a gigantic soap opera fraud, 
with phantom dynasties, events displaced in time and thousands of years that did not exist? 
What if the "Middle Ages" were actually a Tartarian Golden Age that ended just 100 years 
ago? If the Colossus of Rhodes is the Statue of Liberty? 

9. What if the defeat of Great Tartaria was recorded in the official history under the names of 
"The Fall of Troy", "The Fall of the Roman Empire", "Fall of Constantinople", "Dissolution of 
the Ottoman Empire", "Wars for American Independence", "Collapse of the Qing dynasty" 
(early 1900s), "Downfall of the Russian Empire" (1917), "Defeat of Austro-Hungarian Empire" 
(1918) and "World War I" (1919)? 

10. What if a "Great Flood" happened 150 years ago and the world was culturally and techno¬ 
logically much more advanced than today? If unknown Parasites generated the cataclisma 
and took advantage of chaos to seize power? What if between 1865 and 1876 our ancient 
civilization wrecked under waves of more than 300 meters and now the buildings have their 
first floor buried under meters of sand and mud, whose vestige to this day can be easily 
spotted in cities all over the world? 

11. What if Etruscan, Inca, Mayan, Chinese emperors and Egypt "pharaohs" had coexisted in 
the "Middle Ages" with all other great civilizations to form a single harmonious culture, 
with the same language and DNA, though they have gone down in history with dozens of 
invented names by Jesuit-Benedictines-Cistercians "historians"? What if Hyperborea in the 
Arctic Circle were the land of our great divine ancestors? 

Intro Deduction 11 

12. What if Jesus Christ were the Byzantine emperor Andronicus Komnenos, born in Crimea in 
1152, son of Russian princess Irina, married to French Agnes - mother of his numerous chil¬ 
dren - and died in 1185, aged 33? If Buddha, St. George, Apollo, Pythagoras, Genghis Khan, 
Rurik, and Alexander the Great were replicas of his image, without existence in real life? 

13. What if the Church has created a wrong solar system theory and blessed all the wars and 
heinous crimes to kill the Human Spirit? If a group of Parasites are the inventors of a false 
Christianity and other religions? If these religions worship Satan pretending that they are 
worshiping God? If "Solomon's Temple" is the Hagia Sofia in Istanbul? If the city initially 
called Yoros (Jerusalem), Troy and Constantinople, is the true Rome? 

14. What if there were no ancient Greek and Roman Empire? If the worldwide "rock-carved" 
megaliths are mere Tartarian created concrete, which becomes more resistant over the 
centuries? If the real pyramids of Egypt were dismantled by a Erench mercenary army? If 
"Solomon's Temple" is the Hagia Sofia in Istanbul? If the Wall of China was not built 7000 
years ago and Mao Zedong was a German liberal politician? 

15. What if the history of Great Britain was stolen from Tartarian history so that the insignifi¬ 
cant island would acquire the brilliance it never possessed? If the "perfidious Albion" was 
a land of thieves and pirates? If King George VI was the "dead" Duke of Clarence and was 
crowned two times with different names? If the Tsar Nicholas II of Russia was his brother 
who fled to London after being "assassinated" by the Bolsheviks? If they were both children 
of Roosevelt, two times president of U.S. under different names? 

16. What if the Bible was written in the 19th century? If the "40 years of Moses in the wilder¬ 
ness" were the years in which the treasurers subordinate to the Scythian-Tartar-Arian rulers 
were confined as punishment for the usury and robbery crimes committed against the Great 
Tartarian Empire? 

17. What if some German-Dutch merchants and Imperial financial agents had rebelled against 
Great Tartaria and decided to create countries, mafias and monarchies where they could 
reign and enslave the rest of the world, calling themselves "the chosen ones", "enlightened 
ones" and "elected ones"? 

18. What if "History" is an intricate novel written and performed by very strange people? What 
if these people are in contemporary photographs using old clothes and other disguises to 
fabricate nonexistent historical characters and ghostly families? What if all this has the 
purpose to fill the void of our very fully destroyed recent past and history? What if they can 
live more than we can? 

19. What if the "Dark Ages" were the apogee of advanced Tartarian culture whose traits were 
systematically erased by the German Calvinist dinasty Romanov-Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, 
from the "House of Wettin"? If Prince Albert was the tycoon Cecil Rhodes-Teddy Roosevelt 
and "Queen" Victoria was Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston? 

20. What if the true and only French Revolution happened after 1870 and Napoleon III was a 
simple untalented painter named Alexandre Cabanel who fled to England with his brushes 
after delivering Erance for the newly formed German Empire? 

21. What if Alexei Nikolaevich, the Tsesarevich of Russia of the "House of Romanov"- murdered 
in 1918 by the Bolsheviks according to official narrative - has ruled Russia from 1917 to 1980 
under the names of Alexander Kerensky, Alexey Kosygin and Joseph Stalin? 

12 The One World Tartarians 

22. What if Einstein, Poincare, Faraday, Marconi, Hertz and Maxwell - among many others - 
were characters played by some Grey Men who destroyed the existing High Technology of 
Tartaria to give us expensive crumbs in return? 

23. What if all worldwide skyscrapers are secretly collecting and using the free Electromagnetic 
energy and we are paying for nothing? What if Nikola Tesla had not invented anything at 
all and "Mark Twain" had played his role? 

24. What if obelisks, churches, mosques and cathedral were extremely old Tartarian power 
plants for the extraction of clean, free, healthy and wireless electromagnetic energy and 
the generation of all types of waves, mainly infrasound? What it they were destroyed or 
endowed with crosses by the Parasites to conceal the original purpose? 

25. What if Tartarian palaces were illuminated more than 700 years before a Grey Man called 
"Thomas Edison" began to deprive mankind of free energy and erect monopolies to the 
benefit of few? What if the American "JP Morgan" was also the maternal grandfather of 
President John R Kennedy, the Brazilian "Baron of Rio Branco", a member of the Rockefeller 
clan and the French "author" of Les Miserables? 

26. What if the highly advanced global civilization of Tartaria has been completely disassembled 
and later destroyed by the Parasites between 1900-1940 with direct energy weapons (DEW)? 

27. What if the images were later retouched to include false lighting poles and wires? If they 
"populated" the ruins with the dead people striding carefree among the wreckage? If they 
have inserted "telegraph and cable" placards in the photos even though San Francisco was 
totally wireless? If they added fake cranes on top of buildings to pretend, they were under 
construction, and fake skeletons of buildings in a city that could be over 1000 years old? 

28. What if San Francisco was a Tartarian Imperial city with more than 10 royal palaces, artificial 
islands and a strategic port facing Eurasia and connecting the Americas? If their elaborated 
buildings had much more than 500 years old and the sophisticated technology would contra¬ 
dict the story of the "foundation of the city in 1776" and all the Official History fairytale and 
so it had to be mercilessly burned and erased? 

29. What if the Parasites who took over world power were made up of hybrid-androgynous 
men and women, with adopted children created in laboratory and genetically modified? 
What if they systematically falsify their own deaths to play new characters? 

30. What if communism, capitalism, socialism, and liberalism were socio-economic theories 
created to conceal the same form of oppression on the six continents? If highly positioned 
Grey eminences acted as "Mussolini", "Hitler", "Lenin", and "Trotsky" in performances 
that never left the photographic paper, movies, encyclopedias or the terrain of illusionism 
to happen in real life? 



T he official history is hiding a major world power which 
existed as late as the 19th century. Tartary was a country 
with its own flag, its own government and its own place 
on the map. Its territory covered most of the modem world we 
know today, yet somehow it was ever so quietly incorporated 
into Russia, and some other countries. Sometime in the 18th 
century Tartary Muskovite was the biggest country in the 
world covering over 3,050,000 square miles! 

Tartary appears to have been one county, then split up into 
areas like "Petite Tartary", "Eastern Tartary", "Russian Tarary/ 

Muscovite Tartary", "Chinese Tartary", "Mongol Tartary". 

According to the 1979 Webster's Dictionary, there's no 
such place as Tartary or Tartaria, unless we accept the word 
Tartarus, which according to Webster is described as being a 
place in Hades reserved for the worst of offenders. Webster had 
to admit that tartar sauce was a thing, and also defines the word tartar as 'a native or inhabitant 
of Tatary' but then adds, 'a person of ill or violent temper', and one that proves to be unexpectedly 
formidable as alternative definitions. Once it gets to tartar on teeth causing decay, it becomes clear 
that there was deliberate intent to remove Tartary from all his-story. 

In Greek mythology, Tartarus is the deep abyss that is used as a dungeon of torment and suffering 
for the wicked and as the prison for the Titans. There were well established Giants throughout the 
Tartary territory. The Tartarians are thought to have been "Breatharians," a being who does not 
rely on the digestion and burning of calories from food/water, but instead rather receives energy 
straight from the Aether, much how plants get food for energy. The Aether is thought to be the very 
fabric of the space time continuum that some would associate with electrons, the wind, the holy 
spirit, the atmosphere, and the gasses in the atmosphere such as oxygen, nitrogen, and hydrogen. 

Since Tartarians quite possibly had a completely altered digestion system than the one we now 
have, they had no need for toilets in their bathrooms. Additionally, there were no sewer systems 
or waste treatment plants found. Were they able to make their bodies so efficient, there was no 
waste created? The Tartarians were masters of masonry, brickwork, steam punk style technology, 
universally free energy, and grand architecture. Their Roman & Gothic style architecture can still 
be found in the current guise as water ducts, city halls, banks, water stations, cathedrals, churches, 
hospitals and similar public and city works type buildings. Their buildings were structurally 
sound and many are still in excellent condition today. 

And where did they grow their food not found with no gardens present in many of the castles 
with little access to farmland? 


14 The One World Tartarians 

Tartaria (originally pronounced "Tataria" without the first "r") is the name of the pre-Mongolian 
empire that originated in northern Asia before spanning the entire northern hemisphere. Great 
Tartaria was the largest empire during its time and would have still been the largest empire today. 
The denotation of lost souls spending eternity in Tartarus the underworld is due to the Tartarian 
Empire having been buried and wiped out during the liquefication mud flood events, earth¬ 
quakes, volcanos and weather manipulation using directed energy devices (DEW) to bury 
her-story along with eliminating the Moon calendar and replacing it with the Roman Catholic 
Sun Gregorian calendar in 1582. 

The world of the Tartarians is literally the world under our world. The Tartarians (or Tartars) 
were the indigenous people (quite possibly founded by Noah's sons) making up the world 
renowned Tartarian empire. Amongst the Tartarians were tall people, averaging some eight to 
twelve feet in height. They would have been considered giants to our current average height 
of only around six feet; however, back then the height of ten feet was the average. Like the 
civilizations before them whose heights averaged twelve feet, fifty feet, two+ miles, etc...each 
preceding civilization had an average taller height than the civilizations coming after them 
and each succeeding civilization had an average shorter height than the civilizations predating 
them. Statures are diminishing after each deluge and with each new astrological age we enter. 

Moscow Tartary was conquered by the Romanovs in the middle of the 19th century. Samarkand, 
the capital of the Independent Tartary, was seized by the Romanovs army in 1868. According 
to the maps of the 18th century, the border of Moscow Tartary was very close to Moscow. Such 
a dangerous proximity greatly concerned the Romanovs. It is possible that it was the reason 
for Peter the Great to make the decision to relocate the capital further away in St. Petersburg to 
the swampy coasts of the Gulf of Finland. Here the new capital of the New World Order was 
built - St. Petersburg. This location was convenient for the Romanovs. The capital was far away 
from the Hordian Tartary known as the 'Great Horde'..and the subsequent term "hoarding" 
meaning to take more than you need, which was completely against the Tartary mantra of "just 
give back more than you take". In the case of an invasion from the Siberian-American Horde, 
it would be easier to flee to the West from St. Petersburg than from Moscow. 

Only having defeated 'Pugachev', the Romanovs got an opportunity to exile the convicts 
further - to cold Siberia. And even further - to the Far East, to the coast of the Pacific Ocean, to 
Sakhalin island. Moscow Tartary spanned the Urals, Siberia, Central Asia, The Far East, Alaska 
and North America. The conflict between Moscow Tartary and Romanov Russia (originally 
small in size) ended in the second half of the 18th century with the famous, allegedly 'peasant', 
war against 'Pugachev's'. The Romanovs succeeded in agreeing peace separately with Turkey 
and defeating the Great Tartary. Only after this the European emigrants who had settled on the 
Atlantic seaboard of North America, ventured West, inland over the continent. For decades they 
seized the North American territories of Moscow Tartary left without any governmental authority. 
Today this has been beautifully, but incorrectly narrated on in the Hollywood movies about 'the 
very noble' white frontiersmen and the 'very bad' Indians. If fact, the Native Americans were 
Mongolian descendants of Tartary! From Wiki: Pugachev's Rebellion; also called the Peasants' War 
1773-75 or Cossack Rebellion) of 1773-75 was the principal revolt in a series of popular rebellions that 
took place in the Russian Empire after Catherine II seized power in 1762. 

Chapter 1: Who Were the Tartarians? 15 

The history of war against 'Pugachev' as it is known today is a pure invention of the victors 
- the Romanovs. 'Pugachev's rebellion' was a brutal war between the Romanov Russia and the 
Siberian-American Russian State. This Kingdom retained the old Russian-Horde customs and 
had its own czar with his capital in Tobolsk. The Siberian czar was hostile towards the Roma¬ 
novs, considering them illegitimate rulers of the Western part of Russia. The Romanovs strived 
to possess Siberian Muscovy at all costs. They understood very well that the Russian people 
on the whole didn't support them and many would rather prefer the regime of Tobolsk to the 
Romanovs' St. Petersburg. That is why the Romanovs turned the very existence of their Siberian 
neighbor into a national secret. To preserve this secret, the infamous Secret Police was created, 
where the executioners tortured and hanged those who 'knew too much'. 

As a result, in 1776 (straight after the defeat 
of 'Pugachev') the United States of America 
emerged on May 1776 where Freemason 
Adam Weishaupt established their territorial 
claims. The Romanovs went about voraciously 
rewriting her-story and slicing up the vast terri¬ 
tories of Moscow Tartary including Russia, Ural, 

Siberia, the Far East. In America - Alaska. Wash¬ 
ington and Oregon were ceded to the Romanovs 
in 1819 and the rest of North America - to the 
USA. Up until now the native Russian popula¬ 
tion of America is being persistently forced to 
forget their language and their past. 

Reclaiming Their Past 

On August 30,1990, Tatarstan announced its sovereignty with the Declaration on the State 
Sovereignty of the Tatar Soviet Socialist Republic and in 1992 Tatarstan held a referendum on the 
new constitution, 24 and 62 percent of those who took part voted in favor of the constitution. In 
the 1992 Tatarstan Constitution, Tatarstan is defined as a Sovereign State. 

Tatar became a name for populations of the former Golden Horde in Europe, such as those of 
the former Kazan, Crimean, Astrakhan, Qasim, and Siberian Khanates. The form Tartar has its 
origins in either Latin or French, coming to Western European languages from Turkish and the 
Persian language (tatar, "mounted messenger"). Prom the beginning, the extra r was present in 
the Western forms, and according to the Oxford English Dictionary this was most likely due to 
an association with Tartarus. The Persian word is first recorded in the 13th century in reference 
to the hordes of Genghis Khan and is of unknown origin, said to be ultimately from tata, a name 
of the Mongols for themselves. The Arabic word for Tatars is j. Tatars themselves wrote their 
name as dildiljfor j! The Chinese term for Tatars was Dada, especially after the end of 
the Yuan period (14th century), but also recorded as a term for Mongolian-speaking peoples 
of the northern steppes during the Tang period (8th century). The name Tatars was used as an 
alternative term for the Shiwei, a nomadic confederation to which these Tatar people belonged. 
All Turkic peoples living within the Russian Empire were named Tatar (as a Russian exonym). 
Some of these populations still use Tatar as a self-designation, others do not. 

Note how many cities were named Moscow in the 
USA in the early 1800's 

16 The One World Tartarians 

Volga Tatars, Astrakhan Tatars, Lipka Tatars, Crimean 
Tatars. Daghestan Tatars who lived in the mountains. Nogai 
Tatars, includes the Karagash subgroup of Nogais—Kundrov 
Tatars. Siberian Tatars, Altay Tatars, including the Tubalar or 
Chernevo Tatars. Chulyms or Chulym Tatars, Yenisei Tatars 
(also Abakan Tatars or Achin Tatars), still use the Tatar desig¬ 
nation. Kuznetsk Tatars and the Azerbaijani people: Caucasus 
Tatars (also Transcaucasia Tatars or Azerbaijan Tatars). The 
name Tatar is also an endonym to a number of peoples of 
Siberia and Russian Far East, namely the Khakas people. 

Tartary had its own language, flag, crest, its own emperor, 
and of course its own people Universal Language 

"Tartary, a vast country in the 
northern parts of Asia, bounded 
by Siberia on the north and west: 

this is called Great Tartary. The Tartars who lie south of Muscovy and 
Siberia, are those of Astracan, Circassia, and Dagistan, situated north¬ 
west of the Caspian-sea; the Calmuc Tartars, who lie between Siberia 
and the Caspian-sea; the Usbec Tartars and Moguls, who lie north 
of Persia and India; and lastly, those of Tibet, who lie north-west of 
China." - Encyclopedia Britannica, Vol. Ill, Edinburgh, 1771, p. 887. 

Now compare to the description given by Wikipedia, "Tartary 
(Latin: Tartaria) or Great Tartary (Latin: Tartaria Magna) was a name 
used from the Middle Ages until the twentieth century to designate 
the great tract of northern and central Asia stretching from the Caspian 
Sea and the Ural Mountains to the Pacific Ocean, settled mostly by 
Turko-Mongol peoples after the Mongol invasion and the subsequent 
Turkic migrations." 

Greek mythology Tartarus is both a deity and a place in the underworld. In ancient Orphic 
sources and in the mystery schools, Tartarus is also the unbounded first-existing entity from which 
the Light and the cosmos are born. In the Greek poet Hesiod's Theogony, c. 700 BC, Tartarus was 
the third of the primordial deities, following after Chaos and Gaia (Earth), and preceding Eros, 
and was the father, by Gaia, of the monster Typhon. According to Hyginus, Tartarus was the 
offspring of Aether and Gaia. 

Roman mythology In Roman mythology, Tartarus is the place where sinners are sent. Virgil 
describes it in the Aeneid as a gigantic place, surrounded by the flaming river Phlegethon and triple 
walls to prevent sinners from escaping from it. It is guarded by a hydra with fifty black gaping 
jaws, which sits at a screeching gate protected by columns of solid adamantine, a substance akin 
to diamond - so hard that nothing will cut through it. Inside, there is a castle with wide walls, and 
a tall iron turret. Tisiphone, one of the Erinyes who represents revenge, stands guard sleepless at 
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Chapter 1: Who Were the Tartarians? 17 

earth twice as far as the distance from the lands of the living to Olympus. At 
the bottom of this pit lie the Titans, the twin sons of Aloeus, and many other 
sinners. Still more sinners are contained inside Tartarus, with punishments 
like those of Greek myth. 

Oi? let us take the matter of history^^ whlc-h^ along with 
religionj language ana literaturej constitute the core of a 
peoplecultural heritage* Here again the CommunietB have 
interfered in a shameless manner. For example^ on 9 August 
1944^ the Central Committee of the Communist Party, sitting 
in Moscow, issued a directive ordering the partyTartar 
Provincial Committee "to proceed to a scientific revision 
of the history of Tartarian to liquidate serious shortcomingB 
and mistakes of a nationalistic character committed by indi¬ 
vidual writers and historians in dealing with Tartar history," 12 / 
In other words, Tartar history was to be rewritten--let us be 
frank, v^as to be falslfied--ln order to eliminate references to 
Great Russian aggressions and to hide the facts of the real 
course of Tartar^Rueelan relations- And this was no isolated 
case. In every Muslim area within the USSR, historians, on 
orders of the Communist Party, have rewritten history to distort 
the facts so that the Russians appear always in a good light. 
Needless to say, histories which present the facts truthfully 
have been vfithdrawn and destroyed, so that the present and future 
generations of Muslims are forever denied the chance of learning 
the true facts of their nations' past. 

To add some serious credibility (or to take away some) to the revised his-story, below we 
find an excerpt from the CIA document declassified in 1998 and created in 1957 about the 
conspiracy to eliminate Tartary from his-story. 

The Most Ancient Writings of the Tartarians 

In 1961, archaeologist Nicolae Vlassa discovered what may be direct evidence of the earliest 
forms of writing in the world. While conducting an archeological excavation at a Neolithic site 
in Romania, Vlassa's team uncovered three small clay tablets containing indecipherable etchings, 
now known as the Tartaria Tablets. There have been varying interpretations of the meanings 
of the etchings on the tablets. Some believe the etchings are a primitive form of writing, while 
others believe they are pictograms, random scribbles, religious 
symbols, or symbols of ownership. 

The tablets are each about 2 V 2 inches across. Two are rectan¬ 
gular, and one is round. The round tablet and one rectangular 
tablet have holes drilled through them. The clay tablets were 
unbaked and were discovered along with 26 clay and stone figu¬ 
rines, a shell bracelet, and damaged human bones. Some believe 
that the tablets were actually found within a sacrificial burial pit. 

The tablets are inscribed on only one side, and the inscriptions 
resemble a horned animal, an unclear figure, a vegetal motif, a 
branch or tree, and a variety of mainly abstract symbols. 

There is much scholarly debate as to the meaning of the inscrip¬ 
tions on the tablets. Some scholars have concluded that the 

18 The One World Tartarians 

inscriptions are an early form of writing. 
They base this conclusion upon four assump¬ 
tions. First, the inscriptions appear to be 
sequenced in rows. Second, each character 
appears to have one unequivocal meaning. 
Third, there are standard shapes that were 
used by scribes on other artifacts from the 
Danube civilization. And fourth, the symbols 
create a rectilinear shape that is comparable 
to other archaic writing systems. While these 
assumptions lead to the conclusion that the 
inscriptions were an early form of writing, it 
is not known what type of writing they represent. Overall, analysis of the Tartaria Tablets has led 
to many interesting hypotheses about early human culture, and the emergence of communication 
by writing. While ancient artifacts may initially appear to answer many questions about human 
civilization, in this instance, it is clear that some finds ultimately lead us to more questions than 

Tartums in "The" King James Bible 

In the KJV bible it reads that after this life we will go to places such as Abaddon, Hades, 
heaven, hell. Paradise, Sheol, and Tartarus. The vast majority of people believe that there is a 
life after this one. What are these places? The Old Testament talks about Sheol, the recesses of 
Sheol, Abaddon, and heaven, while the New Testament uses the terms Hades, hell or Gehenna, 
the abyss or Tartarus, and the lake of fire. Paradise, and heaven. This study is designed to 
explain these terms and help you understand what the KJV bible is saying. Abaddon is another 
horrible place. It is the place where the angels who sinned in Genesis 6:1-4 are bound. They 
were and are particularly disobedient evil angels who sinned by having relations with women. 
This statement is supported by comparing Jude 6-8 with 1 Peter 3:18-20; 2 Peter 2:4-8 and Luke 
8:31. By comparing these verses we discover that these angels sinned before Noah built the ark 
in Genesis 6. They sinned in Genesis 6:1-4. Jude 6-8 with 1 Peter 3:18-20; 2 Peter 2:4-8 provide 
the chronology. As a result, these angels were imprisoned in Abaddon (Old Testament name) or 
Tartarus (New Testament name). 

Tartarus is another New Testament name for Abaddon. The Greek word Tartarus appears in 
2 Peter 2:4. For if God did not spare angels when they sinned, but sent them to hell [Tartarus], 
putting them into gloomy dungeons to be held for judgment. 2 Peter 2:4 (NIV) Here we are 
specifically told that it is a place where the bound angels exist. 

The Tatar Union of the Godless was an organization in the Muslim republics during the purges 
by the Soviet Union. From 1928 to 1937, Burhan Mansurov served as the chairman of the orga¬ 
nization. The territory presently known as Tatarstan made demands for greater Tatar autonomy 
within the USSR, which came into conflict with the advocates of a federal system grouped around 
Joseph Stalin. In 1928, the leaders of the Tatar Union of the Godless were arrested, stripped of 
Bolshevik Party membership, and some were sentenced to death. 

Chapter 1: Who Were the Tartarians? 19 

From the book "Chronicles of Border Warfare" by Alexander Scott Withers: 

* Tartarian Native Americans are considered Hebrew Israelites. It's very possible that the true 
Hebrew Israelites are Scythian/Tartarian, based on older maps as reference when Tartar 
(Scythia) encompassed all of Russia, parts of Europe, and Asia. Seems like this is an open 
secret within the Native American community. 

* More than one nation in America had Scythian or Tartarian extraction. 

* Native Americans were trafficked to other parts of the globe, including China. 

* Native Americans resemble that of Scythians, Tartars, and Samoyed people. 

* Continent of Brazil was peopled by Carthaginians and Israelites (Israelites meaning people 
of the North, aka Scythians) 

* Native American descendants were possessed of an extraordinary divine spirit by which 
they foretold future events; and that this was transmitted to their offspring, provided they 
obeyed the sacred laws annexed to it. 

"History is a Lied Agreed Upon", the NWO His-torians Tell Us 
and written by the Victors. 

Absolutely nothing was invented or discovered by "scientists and intellectuals" of the 19th 
and 20th century. 

The high civilization Tartar Aryan extracted electromagnetic energy from the Aether through 
star fort-strongholds, complexes of temples, domes, towers, minarets, and obelisks that used 
copper. The energy was processed and stored in toroid coils at the power plant summits, covered 
with copper, and always positioned below the towers. When rotating inside coils, magnetic fields 
create electrical charges in a mercury vortex. Hindu energetic complexes exhibit this function 
at the top of their structures. "In a coil of multiple turns of wire, the magnetic field of the turns 
adds in the center of the coil, creating a strong field", says Wikipedia. Copper has high electrical 
and thermal conductivity and has been mined since the beginning of human history. Venetians 
("Phoenicians") mined copper in New World (America) and Cornwall. Copper ingots used in the 
Middle East and Europe complex were mined and molted in facilities in the Americas. According 
to the American Indian oral tradition, copper was mined by "red haired white-skinned 'marine 
men' who came from across the sea". And mines of Almaden in Spain, Huancavelica in Peru and 
New Almaden in California, provided the mercury. 

20 The One World Tartarians 

ON THE TARTAR HISTORY by by Martino Martini, 1654. 

(Translated from Latin) 

Preface quote: 

"...I should be able to short 
writing my soul out of the war 
with the Tartars, it is a war 
with the neighboring Cofaccis 
Europe by the Tartars.. 

P.19 forward - TART ARIA 

Tartars (the oldest in the Asiagenis 
and the many people already four 
thousand years the Chinese an enemy) 
instead of being carried on an active 
campaign spent, does nevertheless exert 
winners. 1 am Tartar call people who 
came to the northern parts of the infa¬ 
mous wall beyond China, stretching 
from west to east, three hundred miles 
and more ermanica continued as a series 
of demands were excluded from Dao government attack. China people themselves, from ancient 
times because of the failure of the letter R. call Tat (*note of translator: instead of Tart). She is an 
old Tartary, then east to now the Europeans recognized, and Western ideas, where Samahania, 
Tanya, niuaht, Niulhan and like the throne of a lower Tartars and the Kingdom Cascarnimirum 
to the sea to the east over Japan, where the side Anian the United Queuira separated, if however, 
this is not the water, and no restraint. But it is not the mind, dwell in this place, all the eoure to 
describe the wars with China, in recent years, but only that which is in my presence a job after 
completing school. The other is the epitome Sinicarum history the same way. In order to order, how 
and in what manner these have been born, a little deeper to ask. Tartar even once occupied China. 

It is clear, therefore, Tartar old Tartary occidentaliores (of which John Paul the Venetian and 
Ayton) when almost the whole of Asia into their province, China also waged (the region Catayo 
and Mangin John Paul the Venetian and Ayton call) In front of a great Tamerlani times China, 
took prisoner, who never had, to some writers, as faultily. Fuilssent the Tartars were driven out 
of the Sinai, when he was close, indeed, has flourished, at what time, of course, about the yeere 
of the Lord, M.CCCC.VI Taqungus, the second Taimingae The family is Imerator, in peace to 
the whole of China to His authority, I mean, of all the provinces, which are enclosed within the 
wall of a great: Dao have waged war against the Tartars, the Venetian touches, (as is clear from 
the Chinese History and Chronology). In these last years, the conquerors after the expulsion of 
the Tartars at all, the whole, the most powerful empire, the family of the extinction of a Sunga 
Imperial authority, have taken possession of, in the year of course M.CC.LXXVIII (1278)? and so 
peacefully for many years, sais 70. nouastabilita family whose members will iuenit they called, 
from the flag, continuous succession. In the meantime, Sinicis (the Chinese), with other delights 
they were broken off, put on the character of the Chinese translation, and little by little the riches 
of the tartaric unlearned times, too, were weakened in peace, China is by flight. 

Chapter 1: Who Were the Tartarians? 21 

Revisionist History of 'MOST ANCIENT' CHINESE HISTORY by 
A. Fomenko, "History, Science or Fiction?" 

(The 7-volume series is like no other in revisionist history. Here is an excerpt referring to their 
only partial list of scholarly studies of many, many books and documents.) 

"In particular we thoroughly researched the following texts: the Bible (both the Old and the New 
Testaments), Talmud, Torah, the New and the Old Testaments 'Apocrypha', Koran, the Book of Mormon, 
Topol Vuh (the Sacred Book of the American K'iche Mayan people, Herodotus, Titus Livius, Claudius 
Ptolemy, Homer, Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus, Publius Cornelius Tacitus, Marcus Tullius Cicero, 
Plutarch, Thucydides, Xenophon, Plato, Aristophanes, Ovid, Polybius, Pausanias, Virgil, Seneca, Strabo, 
Diodorus Siculus, Ammianus Marcellinus, Josephus Flavius, The Aggadah (Aramaic tales), Appian of 
Alexandria, Apollodorus, Eutropius, Sextus Aurelius Victor, Aelius Spartianus, lulius Capitolinus, 
Aelius Lampridius, Paulus Orosius, John Malalas, Marco Polo, Giovanni da Pian del Garpine, the Epic 
of'ancient' India 'Mahabharata', the Epic of the 'ancient' Persia 'Shahnameh' (Ferdowsi), the 'ancient' 
Germanic heroic verse, the 'ancient' Old Norse Edda 'Elder Edda', Geoffrey of Monmouth, Nennius, The 
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, Raphael Holinshed, Saxo Grammaticus, The Legend of King Arthur, The Legends 
of Alexander the Great, The Legend of Troy, the old Trench Legends, some important Muslim sources, going 
further Niketas Choniates, Anna Komnene, Procopius of Caesarea (and some other Byzantine authors), 
Geoffrey of Villehardouin, Robert de Glari, 'The Primary Chronicle' (or 'Tale of Bygone Years') and the 
other major Russian chronicles (including the Siberian chronicles), the Russian epic multivolume 'The 
Illustrated Chronicle of Ivan the Terrible'(Litsevoy Svod) (not long ago finally published by the Moscow 
publishing house Akteon), Mavro Orbini, Philostratus (Life of Apollonius ofTyana), lamblichus Chalci- 
densis, Diogenes Laertius, Porphyry of Tyre, Bartolome de las Casas, Bernal Diaz del Castillo, the works 
by some of the Church Fathers, the old chronological works and tables (Joseph Juste Scaliger, Dionysius 
Petavius, Matthew Blastares and many others." 

China and Tartary Were interlinked throughout 
modern history dating back to 1200 AD. There 
are a lot of preconceptions attached to Chinese 
history. Today it is thought that it is exceptionally 
ancient, that its dating is absolutely reliable, that 
in many ways it precedes European history. The 
common misconception is that allegedly Chinese 
chronology is solidly based on various 'Ancient 
Chinese' astronomical notes, which allow us to 
unequivocally date the 'Ancient Chinese' events. 

We analyse the Chinese astronomy and history. We 
show that dating the first astronomical observations 
in China to allegedly the sixth millennium BC is a 
serious error, as the alleged reference to the sunspots on the Chinese crockery of allegedly the 
fourth millennium BC. The Chinese astronomy of allegedly the second millennium BC on the 
shells and turtle shells also belong to the same phantoms. As it becomes clear, the FIRST obser¬ 
vatories and astronomical permanent service appeared in China not earlier than the 19th century. 


22 The One World Tartarians 

THE MOST ANCIENT Chinese horoscope of the grandson of the Yellow (Huangdi) Emperor 
Xuanyan-shi (who allegedly ruled in 2637-2597 B.C.) in fact dates to the 6th March 1725 according 
to Julian calendar, i.e. the XVIII century! It appears that the earliest Chinese Yellow Emperor who 
introduced the epoch of the 'Great Beginning' in China is the first Manchurian dynasty Shi-Tzu- 
Zhang-Huangdi Shun-Chih (1644-1662), i.e. lived in the 17th century, and not at all in the 'deepest 
antiquity'. The astronomical facts prove, that the MOST ANCIENT (Chinese 60-year calendar 
cycle) was in fact introduced for the first time not until the XIII century. 

We have devoted a large section in [5v2] to the Chinese comets - the most important backbone 
of the Chinese chronology. We have studied the Chinese comet catalogues in detail. To conclude 
that the only comet, based on which it could have been possible to try and attempt to prove 
the validity of the Chinese chronology, is Halley's Comet. The rest of the comets are absolutely 
useless for the verification of the chronology of China as well as of any other ancient chronology. 
The early history of China up until the 15th century is in fact the history of Europe, Mediterra¬ 
nean, including Byzantium. The historical chronicles narrating about Europe were brought to 
China by the Hordian conquerors not until the 14*-15* centuries. Later, after the 17th century, in 
China, these chronicles were erroneously understood as giving an account of allegedly 'ancient 
Chinese history'. It was easy to make a mistake particularly because in China for writing they 
used hieroglyphs, i.e. simply pictures. The understanding of the pictures-hieroglyphs intrinsically 
depends on the language. The same hieroglyphs are read entirely differently depending on who 
is reading them; a Chinese, a Japanese, a Vietnamese, etc. 

The proper nouns are represented 
by the hieroglyphs by way of finding 
similar sounding hieroglyphs IN THE 
spelling, and therefore the reading, 
contemporary to us, of an old Chinese 
name considerably depends on who 
exactly translated ORIGINALLY into 
the hieroglyphic script: a Japanese, a 
Chinese or a Korean ... Besides, the 
language evolves too. A name which 
used to sound one way would acquire 
a completely different sound in several 
hundreds of years in the evolved 
language - even if the HIEROGLYPHS, 
which it was written with, remained the same. 

Mr. Fomenko has this remarkable theory that history has shifted and when it does it duplicates 
with different names and locals but essentially the exact same story can be decoded and identified 
with its medieval origin. What's intriguing is these shifts aren't random: There's a Greco-Biblical 
shift of 1800 years...There's a Christian-Roman shift of about 1000 years...And there's a 333 year 
shift and also a 100 year shift that when applied corrected, relate directly back to historical dates 
preceding the first records of history found anywhere beginning in 1200 AD. 

Aqueduct of XaLpa, XaLpa, Mexico; "BuiEt by J^esuits in 1767” 

Chapter 1: Who Were the Tartarians? 23 

The New Chronology 
A Brief summary 

In volumes 1,2 and 3 of History: Fiction or Science? Anatoly Fomenko and his colleagues assert 

1. That different accounts of the same historical events are often 'assigned' different dates 
and locations by historians and translators, creating multiple "phantom copies" of these 
events; these "phantom copies" are often misdated by centuries or even millennia and 
end up incorporated into conventional chronology; 

2. That this chronology was largely manufactured by Joseph Justus Scaliger in Opus Novum 
de emendatione temporum (1583) and Thesaurum temporum (1606), and represents a vast array 
of dates produced without any justification whatsoever, containing the repeating sequences 
of dates with shifts equal to multiples of the major cabbalistic numbers 333 and 360; 

3. That this chronology was completed by Jesuit Dionysius Petavius in De Doctrina Temporum, 
1627 (v.l) and 1632 (v.2); 

4. That archaeological dating, dendrochronological dating, 
paleographical dating, numismatic dating, carbon dating, 
and other methods of dating of ancient sources and arti¬ 
facts known today are erroneous, non-exact or dependent 
on traditional chronology;that their use in conjunction as 
'confiming' one another is a statistical fallacy - probabilities 
can't be added. 

5. That there is not a single document in existence that can be 
reliably dated earlier than the 11th century; that most 'ancient' 
artifacts may find other then consensual explanation; 

6. That histories of Ancient Rome, Greece and Egypt were 
crafted during the Renaissance by humanists and clergy 
mostly on the basis of documents of their own making; 

7. That the Old Testament is a rendition of events of the four¬ 
teenth to sixteenth centuries AD in Europe and Byzantium, 
containing 'prophecies' about 'future' events related in the New Testament, which is a 
rendition of events of 1153 to 1186 AD; 

8. That the history of religions runs as follows: the pre-Christian period (before the XI century 
and JC), Bacchic Christianity (XI-XII century, before and after JC), JC Christianity (XII-XVI 
century) and its subsequent mutations into Orthodox Christianity, the Catholicism, and 

9. That the most probable prototype of historical Jesus was Andronicus (allegedly AD1153 
to 1186), the emperor of Byzantine; known for his failed reforms, his traits and deeds 
reflected in 'biographies' of many real and imaginary persons; 

10. That the Almagest of Claudius Ptolemy, traditionally dated to around 150 AD and consid¬ 
ered to be the corner stone of classical history, was compiled in sixteenth and seventeenth 
centuries from astronomical data of the ninth to sixteenth centuries. 


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11. That 37 complete Egyptian horoscopes found in Denderah, Esna, and other temples have 
unique valid astronomical solutions with dates ranging from 1000 AD and up to as late 
as 1700 AD; 

12. That the Book of Revelation we know of contains a horoscope that is dated to 25 September 
-10 October 1486 compiled by cabbalist Johannes Reuchlin. 

13. That the horoscopes found in Sumerian/Babylonian tablets do not contain sufficient 
astronomical data consequently they have solutions every 30-50 yrs. on the time axis and 
are therefore useless for purposes of dating; 

14. That the Chinese tables of eclipses are useless for dating as they contain too many eclipses 
that did not take place astronomically; that Chinese tables of comets even if they were 
true can't be used for dating; 

15. That all major inventions like powder and guns, paper and print were made in Europe in 
tenth to sixteenth centuries; 

16. That Ancient Roman and Greek statues, showing perfect command of the human anatomy 
are fakes crafted in the Renaissance when, according to Eomenko, such command was for 
the first time attained. 

Study history. Separate fears and 
prejudices from facts. Recognize facts 
from propaganda. Invest energy in 
fighting for what you believe in. Analyze 
harder where we are going and what 
you are doing about It. What do you 
really believe In? How much do we care? 


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Wikepedia's attempted debunking of Mr. Fomenko's work: 

"The new chronology is a pseudohistorical Russian conspiracy 
theory which argues that events of antiquity generally attributed to 
the civilizations of the Roman Empire, Ancient Greece and Ancient 
Egypt, actually occurred during the Middle Ages, more than a thou¬ 
sand years later. The theory further proposes that world history 
prior to 1600 AD has been widely falsified to suit the interests of a 
number of different conspirators including the Vatican, the Holy 
Roman Empire, and the Russian House of Romanov, all working 
to obscure the "true" history of the world centered around a global empire called the "Russian 
Horde". Central to Mr. Fomenko's new chronology is his claim of the existence of a vast Slav- 
Turk empire, which he called the "Russian Horde", which he says played the dominant role in 
Eurasian history before the 17th century. The various peoples identified in ancient and medieval 
history, from the Scythians, Huns, Goths and Bulgars, through the Polyane, Duleby, Drevliane 
and Pechenegs, to in more recent times, the Cossacks, Ukrainians, and Belarusians, are nothing 
but elements of the single Russian Horde. 

He claims that Jesus lived in the 12th century A.D. and was crucified on Joshua's Hill; that 
the Trojan War and the Crusades were the same historical event; and that Genghis Khan and the 

26 The One World Tartarians 

Mongols were actually Russians, that the lands west of the 13 colonies that now constitute the 
American West and Middle West were a far eastern part of "Siberian-American Empire" prior 
to its disintegration in 1775, and many other theories, that contradict the conventional historiog¬ 
raphy to say the least. 

Fomenko claims that the most probable prototype of the historical Jesus was Andronikos I 
Komnenos (allegedly AD 1152 to 1185), the emperor of Byzantium, known for his failed reforms, 
his traits and deeds reflected in 'biographies' of many real and imaginary persons.^^®' The historical 
Jesus is a composite figure and reflection of the Old-Testament prophet Elisha (850-800 BC?), Pope 
Gregory VII (10207-1085), Saint Basil of Caesarea (330-379), and even Li Yuanhao (also known 
as Emperor Jingzong or "Son of Heaven" - emperor of Western Xia, who reigned in 1032-1048), 
Euclides, Bacchus and Dionysius. Fomenko explains the seemingly vast differences in the biog¬ 
raphies of these figures as resulting from difference in languages, points of view and timeframe 
of the authors of said accounts and biographies. He claims that the historical Jesus was born in 
Cape Fiolent, Crimea, on December 25th, 1152 A.D. and was crucified on March 20th, 1185 A.D., 
on Joshua's Hill, overlooking the Bosphorus. 

Mr. Fomenko also merges the cities and 
histories of Jerusalem, Rome and Troy into 
"New Rome" = Gospel Jerusalem (in the 12th 
and 13th centuries) = Troy = Yoros Castle. 
To the south of Yoros Castle is Joshua's Hill 
which Fomenko alleges is the hill Calvary 
depicted in the Bible. Fomenko claims the 
Hagia Sophia is actually the biblical Temple 
of Solomon. He identifies Solomon as sultan 
Suleiman the Magnificent (1494-1566). 

However, according to Mr. Fomenko the 
word "Rome" is a placeholder and can signify 
any one of several different cities and kingdoms. He claims: the "First Rome" or "Ancient Rome" 
or " Mi zraim" is an ancient Egyptian kingdom in the delta of the Nile with its capital in Alexandria, 
that the second and most famous "New Rome" is Constantinople, and that the third "Rome" is 
constituted by three different cities: Constantinople (again), Rome in Italy, and Moscow. Also 
according to his claims, Rome in Italy was founded around AD 1380 by Aeneas and Moscow as 
the third Rome was the capital of the great "Russian Horde". 


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Excerpt ''History Science of Fiction' Chapter 8 


In the XVIII century there existed another 'Tartar' state - the Independent Tartary with its 
capital in Samarkand [1118], v.2, p.682-684. It was another large 'splinter' of Russia-Horde. Unlike 
Moscow Tartary, the fate of this state is known. It was conquered by the Romanovs in the middle 
of the XIX century. Samarkand, the capital of the Independent Tartary, was seized by the Roma¬ 
novs army in 1868 [183], part 3, p.309. Before the defeat of Pugachev the entire Siberia was on the 
whole a country independent of the Romanovs. There were a number of states. Only after the 
victory over 'Pugachev' the Romanovs began to 'place' on the map of Russia the countries' names 
famous in old Russian history - the countries-provinces of the 'Mongol' Empire [4v2], ch.2;20. 

For example, Perm and Vyatka. In fact, mediaeval Perm is Germany, and mediaeval Vyatka 
is Italy. These names of the old Imperial provinces were on the Russian coat of arms. After the 
break-up of the Empire the Romanovs began the re-writing the history of Russia. In particular 
it was necessary to relocate these names from Western Europe to some place far off, into the 
wilderness. Which was done. But only after the victory over Pugachev. Notably, it was done rather 
quickly. The Romanovs began to replace the coats of arms of the Russian cities and regions only 
in the second half of the XVIII century. On the whole in 1781 [4vl], ch.l0:2 and [4v2], ch.2:20. The 
change of the coats of arms began 6 years after the victory over Pugachev - the last independent 
Hordian Czar, or the military commander of the Czar of Moscow Tartary. 

According to the maps of the XVIII century, the border of Moscow Tartary was very close 
to Moscow. Such a dangerous proximity greatly concerned the Romanovs. It is possible that it 
was the reason for Peter the Great to make a decision to relocate the capital further away, to the 
swampy coasts of the Gulf of Finland. Here the new capital was built - St. Petersburg. This loca¬ 
tion was convenient for the Romanovs. Now the capital was far away from the Hordian Tartary. 
Besides, in the case of an invasion from the Siberian-American Horde, it would be easier to flee 
to the West from St. Petersburg than from Moscow. Mind you, for some reason they didn't fear 
invasion from the sea to the WEST. In St.Petersburg it is possible to board a ship made ready at 
the doorstep of the Czar's castle and quickly embark to Western Europe - to friends and relatives, 
to the historical motherland of the Romanov house. 

The official explanation of the Romanovs for relocating the capital of Russia from Moscow to 
St. Petersburg was not very convincing. They said that Peter I was 'cutting a window through 
to Europe', since it was easier to trade from there. But it was possible to trade from the shores 
of the Gulf of Finland without moving the capital there. They could have simply built a large 
trading port, and a city next to it. But why did they need to make it the capital of the country? 

Furthermore, Siberia becomes a place for the exiled only after the Romanovs' defeat of Pugachev 
at the end of the XVIII century. Prior to this they exiled people to Solovki, i.e. Solovetsky Archi¬ 
pelago. In any case to the North, but not to Siberia. Let us see when the regular exiles to Siberia 
began. In particular, Tobolsk became a place of exile only since 1790, when A.N.Radishev was 

28 The One World Tartarians 

exiled there [797], p.l092; [4vl], ch.ll.Since then Tobolsk has become the PERMANENT place of 
exile. For example, the Decembrists were exiled there. But prior to 1790 over almost the entire 
XVIII century nobody was exiled to Tobolsk for some reason [4vl]. Ch.ll. The vast governmental 
system of Siberian exile and Siberian hard labour was created only in the XIX century. 


Let's go back to the question of when and how the USA was established. 'During the War of 
independence of North America in 1775-1798... an independent state - the USA was formed' 
[797], p.l232. And here we realise, that it SURPRISINGLY COINCIDES WITH THE END OF THE 
WAR WITH 'PUGACHEV' IN RUSSIA. 'Pugachev' was crushed in 1775. Everything falls into 
place. 'The War of independence' in North America was the struggle with the weakening Russian 
Horde. The Romanovs attacked the Horde from the West. And from the East in America - it was 
attacked by the Americans 'fighting for independence'. Today we are told that the Americans 
purportedly fought for their 'independence from Britain'. In fact it was a battle for the parceling 
of the vast American land of Moscow Tartary left without any central administration. In order 
not to miss the carve-up, the American troops were eager to get to the West and North-West. 
George Washington became the first president of the USA in 1776 [796], p.l232. It appears that 
he became the first new ruler in the American lands of the Russian Horde. The facts of the war 
with the 'Mongol' Horde were wiped clean from the pages of the textbooks on the American 
history. As was the fact of the existence of Moscow Tartaria on the whole. The war between the 
USA and the remains of the Horde continued up until the second half of the 19th century. Alaska, 
which remained Russian for a particularly long time, was 'bought' from the Romanovs by the 
Americans only in 1867 [797], p.l232. 

Thus, the USA was established in 1776 
from the American splinter of the 'Mongol' Empire. 

Since Moors were the Tartarians according to the Gothic Architecture all over the world, but 
mainly in the Americas, this means that modern-day Europeans did not build any of these 
Greco-Roman/Gothic structures in Old World America, because a previous advanced Amer¬ 
ican civilization called Mu'urs (Moors) and Berber Indians (India), all one and the same people, 
because they are both the Khmer (Khan/Khem/Shem/Kam/Ham/Sam/I Am) people from India 
Superior that civilized the world. In this post is a map of India Superior in the Americas. This 
map is very significant, because it demonstrates that the Americas is Asia Major/Asia Proper, 
aka, the Orient (the East). 

It actually makes perfect sense that Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome was in Old World 
America, because the Americas is the True Old world, and the birthplace of civilization, as we 
have already proven correct, in my previous blog post, "The Americas is Atlantis and the Origin 
of the Ancient Egyptian Civilization." This means that everything in the near East is just a reflec¬ 
tion of the great Westerner (the far East: The Orient). 

Also, they found Greek and Roman coins in the Americas, so there is nothing new about the 
Americas and Greece and Rome was also in Old World America. It's hard for people to under¬ 
stand that everything in the near East is just a reflection of everything that we had first in the 

Chapter 1: Who Were the Tartarians? 29 

Americas. Yes, including Egypt (Atlantis), because Egypt was a global blackamoor civilization: 

The Americas is old Egypt Tameri (the land of the Muurs/ the land of Mary), because the Ancient 
Egyptian god Ptah (a predynastic Egyptian deity / Atlantean god) is from the Americas. Yes, 
Ptah (Judah) is from the Americas, because his Territory was Ptah/Utah/Judah territory which 
covered Mexico and several states: California, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, Oklahoma, Missouri, and 
Texas. Additionally, Ptah was also the chief god of Luxor in Memphis, Tennessee, which was in 
the Americas. Please read this old Facebook post, which demonstrates that Ancient Luxor was 
in Old World America: 

UK flag (1801), represents a lot, combines Saint Andrew and Saint George flags, three typical 
masonic colors (most powerful nations blue, white, red -UK, USA, France, Russia). White represents 
pureness (sacred command). Red represents legislation control (financial). Blue represents mili¬ 
tary power (like NATO flag). Octogon templar symbolism it's clear on the Union Jack flag. As 
UK-London it's the core of actual royalty (the beehive for the bee-queen). 

What is interesting here it's what happened in old times with black people's nobility, as it 
seems has been erased out of the official history. Nobility, Nobel comes from "celestial heaven" 
(so people related to the stars), He6o (Nebo) in Russian (Heaven). Nibelungs sagas from Germany 
can be explained through this etymology. Specifically, on this because the "bizarre" fact that the 
coat of arms of German city Coburg shows a sort of black prince or black people royalty branch 
(by the way phonetically Coburg=CB=KB=Kaaba). 

Diving into old metaphysical Egyptian (coptic, again CP=KB) concepts, the KA it's the life 
force or spirit (inner energy which keeps us alive, this is easy to draw or imagine within a kyrlian 
photography showing the blue aura all living things has), and the BA it's the soul, or what survives 
this physical matrix beyond the death. So here we could go through "beyond death notions", 
entities (angels or demons) and the ancient knowledge to communicate with 

them (remember, and there should be a reason for that, all traditional religious systems, and 
of course abrahamic religions forbid any attempt to do this). 

So "Moorish" has two meanings: 

-related to navigation skills (mariners) 

-dark skin people (maroon, brownish, or even black people) 

This brings to me the fact that the ancient Phoenicians, maybe they were not simply "dark 
skin" but even black people. I don't want to focus this (as much people does) in a racial debate. 
Ancient world had white, black or yellow kings. I'm interested to know why black people fell 
in a sort of unfortunate disgrace world-wide. 

Some his-storyticians argues that those black people coat of arms (so many in Germany for 
instance), can be explained simply as a little faction of nobility gained through war as black 
people were used in military forces. But as we know aristocracy is a very closed circle. I can 
understand they were used in war and rewarded in some way by that but not widely set in high 
nobility positions. 

30 The One World Tartarians 

North America Moors Elimination and Rewriting of American His-Story 

(Credit to Marcia Romalho at The Blue on Face Book) 

The territories of Canada, United States and Mexico were known as India Superior and were 
populated by the same people that was wiped out across the ocean during the Russian Revo¬ 
lution (1917), and German Revolution of 1918-1919. The Russian Revolution alone may have 
exterminated a 5 decade long bloodbath that slaughtered 100 million Russian Tartarians. As the 
Old World Order Tartarians were eliminated the New World Order Romanov's then divided 
the Imperial territory as Canadian, American and Mexican lands, seized the world power and 
rewrote the history of Americas. 

After take possession of Newfoundland and Nova Scotia, the NWO agents reached New 
Amsterdam (actual New York), Washington and the Great Lakes of North America, settling in 
Milwaukee, Chicago and Detroit. From there, they organized the massacre of tens of millions of 
buffaloes, cows and wild horses and transformed the assembly lines of the electric car factories 
into oil cars. It was necessary swept away all the fertile lands from its original inhabitants. It was 
then that the massacre of men and animals began. 

The NWO ordered the 'native Indians', (remember, Christopher Columbus was such a great 
navigator that he thought he landed in India..hence "American Indians"were named!), to leave 
their lands and march without water or food for days we know as the Trail of Tears. The aim 
was to exterminate them, without spending ammunition. Others were killed on their own land 
through blankets impregnated with smallpox. Perhaps many of them went to feed Chicago's 
meat industries, mixed with those of their herds. According to the Hrop lIlKypHu essay in Tartar- 
ia-Info, "approximately 50,000 people worked in the slaughterhouses and about 1,200 animals 
were slaughtered per hour". By this time, all factories, industries and properties had already 
changed hands and would slowly be brought together into future corporations. Sugar, beer, cotton, 
alcohol, corn, weapons, banks, paper money, oil companies, casinos, financial services, vehicles, 
railways, corporate facilities, health system, airplanes, grocery stores, education and research, 
cement, copper, steel, tourism, information technology, energy, gold, diamonds, bomber planes. 

In the South, where there had never been segregation, slaves or "Black subordination" before, 
the carnage was equally total. What the Official History reports as a "reconciliation between the 
North and the South after the Civil War" never existed. The massacre was necessary so that the 
NWO could take over all the lands and retell the history, concealing the destruction and remit¬ 
ting it to a remote past. Legends like Mark Twain then would emerge, signing novels that would 
describe a racism (non-existent) through the eyes of Tom Sawyer and beautiful (real) balloon 
rides in the adventures of Huckleberry Finn. 

The Original American Moors Were Likely Islamic 

Islam was in America and had a big influence on America, because you have a total of 565 names, 
484 in America and 81 in Canada, of villages, towns, cities, mountains, lakes, rivers and etcetera, 
are etymologically Arabic; which were designated by locals long before the arrival of Columbus. 
Many of these names are in fact the same as names of Islamic places; Mecca in Indiana, Medina 
in Idaho, Medina in New York, Medina and Hazen in North Dakota, Medina in Ohio, Medina 
in Tennessee, Medina in Texas, Medina and Arva in Ontario, Mahomet in Illinois and Mona in 
Utah, are just a few noticeable names at the outset. A closer analysis of the names of native tribes 

Chapter 1: Who Were the Tartarians? 31 

will immediately reveal their Arabic etymological ancestry; Anasazi, Apache, Arawak, Arikana, 
Chavin, Cherokee, Cree, Hohokam, Hupa, Hopi, Makkah, Mohician, Mohawk, Nazca, Zulu, and 
Zuni are only a few. Islam was everywhere in the Americas. One just has to look for it, because 
you can see the evidence from Queen Califia (California), to Allah-Bumya (Alabama), to Tallah- 
Hasse (Tallahassee), to Medina Ohio, to Moorestown New Jersey, to Islamorada Florida, and to 
Al-hambra California; so yes, Moslems have left a big impact on America. What happen to the 
Berbers/Saracens (Moslems) of the Americas? 

Well, have you ever heard of the Spanish Inquisition, via, the Dum Diversas of 1452, issued 
by the Pope, authorizing Christians to enslave Saracens and non-believers and to take their 
lands, because no one disappeared? It's just that everyone has become ignorant. There are over 
500 cities and towns in UNITED STATES named after Muslims and a huge part of Europe as 
well. The textbooks. History (His-Story), and education of today are all manipulated; there¬ 
fore, Western Academics will not get us out of our deep sleep, because Western Academics 
is the Institution that has put WE THE PEOPLE (Lenape Muurs/Washitaw) to sleep to begin 
with. We need our own Institutions and scholars that are not compromised by Oaths and by 
Western Academics. 

The Moor comes from the Orient (the far East): What's also interesting is that "Oriental 
means Western Scholar who Studies Islam," according to the book, "Orientalism," by Edward 
Said. Islam came from the Orient. Additionally, if you read subsection 4 of this Delaware Law 
it will tell you that the Lenape Indians were formerly known as Moors: The Lenape were Delaware 
Muurs/Moors, originally. However, the word Lenape means "WE THE PEOPLE" (the Preamble 
of the US Constitution), or "TRUE PEOPLE." 

Lenape also means Serpent/dragon (Naga/Nigga). Likewise, Indian names like Sioux and 
Dakota also mean serpent or Dragon, because the Muurs/Indians named themselves after the 
Serpent wisdom that they worshipped when Muurs ruled the world: But where does Islam 
come from? Did it come from Mecca California, Media Indiana, Mecca Indiana, or Morocco 
Indiana? Did it come from Sufism (Sophia), which was a science that comes from India? Do all 
religions come from India Superior in the Americas? 

Now, in the eyes of the Hijack Hebrews (Templars), aka, the Holy Roman Empire, the Habsburg 
Dynasty, the Holy Land was in possession of infidels, aka, Moslems (Muurs); therefore, they were 
authorized, via, the Dum diversas of 1452 to take Moslem Jerusalem (the Americas/ Granda) 
away from the Muurs, whom were Saracens. Also, read the Dum Diversas, which authorized 
the Templars (knights of Christ) to conquer Saracens and pagans, take their possessions, and 
to subject them to perpetual servitude (slavery). This papal Bull and none of them were ever 
rescinded, which is the current problem that Muurs in the Americas face, as Saracens, whom 
are the RED ONES, aka, the lost Tribe of Israel. This papal Bull was issued against the Muurs, 
as Saracens, in order to take our Moslem-Jerusalem away from us, which was Granada. 

Notice on the 1597 map of Granada Nova, you will see the famed seven cities of cibola, aka, 
the seven cities of gold, surrounding a lake on the said map. Granada has the same name as the 
Pomegranate in Spanish. The Spanish word for the fruit is Granada and therefore the symbol 
of the promise land, because the pomegranate appears throughout the streets of Granada in 
Spain, as you wander around the city. The Pomegranate is also associated with the promise 
land of Israel, because a pomegranate is a metaphor for the richness of the promised land 

32 The One World Tartarians 

of Israel (Deut. 8:8); in the Song of Solomon, Sulamith's cheeks are compared to halves of a 
pomegranate (Cant. 4; 3). 

Why were all of the Corn Places destroyed, except for the First Corn palace in South Dakota 
(dragon/ serpent), which still exists? Well, because the buildings did not fit in with the current 
narrative of the Americas being a uncivilized. New World, so most of the old world, pre-mud 
flood, buildings were either destroyed or converted into federal buildings, courthouses. Governor's 
mansion. Capital buildings, post offices, state buildings. Universities, and etc. Freemasonry also 
means, "the masonry that was free," because all Europeans had to do was dig out these Moorish/ 
Tartarian structures from the mud after the great comet of 1811-1812, had completely destroyed 
the Old World Order, via, massive earthquakes, massive tidal waves, massive Volcano eruptions, 
a great mud flood, and etc. The Cherokee where the Real Romans and they built all of the Greco- 
Roman Architecture and the Cherokee Gothic Architecture in the Americas. This map of 1810 
shows New and Old California and lands of vast lands of the Louisiana Purchase allegory. 





Chapter 1: Who Were the Tartarians? 33 

Today we see the NWO taking down all Confed¬ 
erate Flags allegedly created from the Civil War 
days. The Confederate battle flag was just the World 
Federation flag of our Previous Civilization and, until 
today, is the emblem of the present Russian Navy, 
the Novorossia flag, the colors of the actual Russian 
Federation flag and the state symbols of many other 
countries. Including the flag of a false empire manu¬ 
factured on an island called United Kingdom that 
stole us everything, including the world history. 

The Russian Imperial naval forces fought in the American Civil War inasmuch they were the 
major naval force designed to defend all the imperial lands from the Parasitic Invaders coming 
from the North. Unfortunately, the Rus-Confederate army were defeated and lost everything. 
All the people, lands, properties. The NWO became victorious using superior energy weapons 
to cowardly kill the civilian population who slept unawares and to annihilate the Star Fortresses 
who defended our coastal cities and islands. That's how they dominated the entire Russian conti¬ 
nent, turning some imperial cities of the Rus Federation to dust, others into caricatures called 
"universal exhibitions". 

In Antarctica, we still can find many geographical points called Rus or "Ross" like the Ross 
Sea, Ross Dependency, Ross Embayment, Ross Ice Shelf, Ross Island, - all traces of a possible 
missing land called Hyperborea. In Northern California we have Fort Ross. Fort Ross is a former 
Russian outpost in Sonoma County, Cal if ornia where 19th century 
Russians settled on native Kashia Porno territory. It was estab¬ 
lished as a California State Park in 1909 to protect its unique 
Russian character and it is one of the earliest California State 
Parks. Today the park has cultural and historical significance 
for many groups, including the first people Kashia, Russians 
and Russian Americans, Alaska Natives, and ranch era settlers. 

The NWO would rewrite history, inventing that it had been 
just a struggle between whites and blacks, although they were 
thus creating the first roots of racism that they would nurture to 
launch future racial wars fostered in the 1960s and again now, through Antifa, BLM and Black 
Panthers. In reality, the leaders of the Northern NWO, of the so-called Union Army, were the 
first to segregate around 180.000 Black soldiers in regiments headed only by White men. The 
soldiers would have been recruited among African tribes, as this Africa was the first continent to 
be conquered by the NWO. It was from there that Parasites stole trillions in gold and diamonds 
after exterminating all settler entrepreneurs in what historians call the Boers Wars. In the NWO 
Union Army, blacks could not reach any leadership position and were sent to their deaths without 
any qualms. It is well known that Parasites never fought or stepped on a battlefield. They always 
sent others to die in their wars. These mercenary armies would participate also in the bloody 
Russian Revolution, fighting the civil war that followed (1918-1920). The army of mercenaries 
were used in 'irregular warfare' and had passed to history as the "Hesse soldiers". It was in this 
dynasty that those who belong to the elite of Parasites agents would hide behind many names. 

34 The One World Tartarians 

Further- Moor Northwest USA Tartary 

"I can See Russia from my house" ~ Presidential 
candidate Sara Palin Further-Moor!, we can see a 
direct lineage of Russian Orthodox Churches built 
from Alaska down through California, again dating 
back to the mid-18* century along with accompanying 
railway lines that was already delivering mail in 1860 
all the way to Washington. Alaska and Russia are only 
58 miles apart at their closest point and no fortresses 
or defenses are in place today where invasions of the 
USA would seem the most likely. 

And so the story goes... 

In 1784, with encouragement from Empress Cath¬ 
erine the Great, explorer Grigory Shelekhov founded Russia's first permanent settlement in Alaska at 
Three Saints Bay. Ten years later, the first group of Orthodox Christian missionaries began to arrive, 
evangelizing thousands of Native Americans, many of whose descendants continue to maintain the 
religion. Captain Sterling Romanov and his wife Anna Romanov founded the first Russian colony in 
the Americas. Between 1774 and 1800 Spain also led several expeditions to Alaska in order to assert its 
claim over the Pacific Northwest. These claims were later abandoned at the turn of the 19th century. 
Count Nikolay Rumyantsev funded Russia's first naval circumnavigation under the joint command 
of Adam Johann von Krusenstem and Nikolai Rezanov in 1803-1806, and was instrumental in the 
outfitting of the voyage of the Riurik's circumnavigation of 1814-1816, which provided substan¬ 
tial scientific information 
on Alaska's and Califor¬ 
nia's flora and fauna, and 
important ethnographic 
information on Alaskan 
and Californian (among 
other) natives. 

In 1920 a one-hundred 
pound bronze church bell 
was unearthed an orange 
grove near Mission San 
Fernando Rey de Espana 
in the San Fernando Valley 
of Southern California. It 
has an inscription in the 
Russian language which 
translated said: "In the 
Year 1796, in the month of January, this bell was cast on the Island of Kodiak by the blessing ofjuvenaly 
of Alaska, during the sojourn of Alexander Andreyevich Baranov. " How this Russian Orthodox Kodiak 
church artifact from Kodiak Island in Alaska arrived at a Roman Catholic Mission Church in 
Southern California remains unknown. 


Chapter 1: Who Were the Tartarians? 35 

Russian Orthodox Churches from Washington state to California 

The Russian Orthodox Church in Oregon traces its history back to the Russian Orthodox mission 
to Alaska, which was established in the 1790s to serve both Russian traders and newly converted 
Alaskan natives. After Russia sold Alaska to the United States in 1867, the Russian Orthodox 
Church in North America continued to grow, serving multi-ethnic immigrant communities of 
the Orthodox faith that kept arriving from Eastern Europe, Russia and the Middle East. In the 
late 19th century several different groups of Orthodox immigrants arrived in Oregon, and while 
their backgrounds varied, they were similar in that they were overwhelmingly poor, illiterate, 
unskilled or semiskilled peasants, without the means to build their own church. 

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Tartary had to be multi-religious, and 
multi-cultural is its vastness during various 
moments in time. In 1652 Tartary appears to 
have control over the North America. Also, 
note the incredible detail of cities, rivers and 
latitude and longitudes in these very detailed 
maps that cover most of the world. 



Chapter 2: Maps & Flags of the Great Tartary 39 

Washington State USA (1891) 

Question #1: do you think it was possible to produce the below map by 1891, only 45 years 
after the arrival of the first settlers? 

Question #2: was it possible to settle an develop this territory, considering that up till 1880 
there were only 75,000, and up till 1890 only 357k people to do so? Here is the Washington State/ 
Territory historical census data populations: 

Populations: 1845 
- 0 * 1870 - 23,955 
* 1880 - 75,116 * 

1890 - 357,232 

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40 The One World Tartarians 

It is also worth mentioning that 
in the British Flag Table of 1783, 
there are three different flags listed 
as a flag of the Tsar of Moscow. 

There is also an Imperial Flag of 
Russia as well as multiple naval 
flags. And all of them are proceeded 
by a flag of the Viceroy of Russia. 

Significance of the Viceroy is in 
the definition of the term. A viceroy 

is a regal official who runs a country, colony, city, province, or sub-national state, in the name of 
and as the representative of the monarch of the territory. Our official history will probably say that 
it was the Tsar of Russia who would appoint a viceroy of Moscow. I have reasons to doubt that. 

Why is the flag of the Viceroy of Moscow positioned prior to any other Russian flag? Could it 
be that the Viceroy of Moscow was superior to its Czar, and was "supervising" how this Tartarian 
possession was being run? 


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Chapter 2: Maps & Flags of the Great Tartary 41 

Griffins, Symbol of The Great Tartaria 

The griffin, griffon, or gryphon (Ancient Greek: 
grups; Classical Latin: gryps or grypus; Late and Medi¬ 
eval Latin: gryphes, grypho etc.; Old French: griffon) is a 
legendary creature with the body, tail, and back legs of a 
lion; the head and wings of an eagle; and sometimes an 
eagle's talons as its front feet. Because the lion was tradition¬ 
ally considered the king of the beasts, and the eagle the king 
of the birds, by the Middle Ages, the griffin was thought 
to be an especially powerful and majestic creature. Since 
classical antiquity, 
griffins were known 

for guarding treasures and priceless possessions. In Greek 
and Roman texts, gr i ffins and Arimaspians were associated 
with gold deposits of Central Asia. Indeed, as Pliny the 
Elder wrote, "griffins were said to lay eggs in burrows on 
the ground and these nests contained gold nuggets." In 
medieval heraldry, the griffin became a Christian symbol 
of divine power and a guardian of the divine. 

In Tartarian legend of this period, it was believed that griffins mated for life, and that when one 
partner died, the other would live the rest of his/her without seeking another partner (perhaps 
due to the fact that there weren't many gr iffin s around). This 
has led to claims that the griffin was used by the Church as a 
symbol against re-marriage. It is unclear, however, whether 
this was the actual belief, or just a modern interpretation. 

Although the griffin might seem like a creature conjured 
from the imagination of mankind, there might actually be 
some truth to this creature. 

In this desert, the fossils of a dinosaur called the Protoc- 
eratops can be found. As these bones, especially the skull, 
which has a bird-like beak, were exposed on the desert 

floor, ancient observers may have interpreted them as proof that 
such a hybrid creature once lived in the desert. Yet, it has been 
shown that stories of the griffin have been around even before 
the Silk Road was developed. 

Interestingly, there are various hybrid creatures that are similar 
to the griffin. For instance, the Lamassu was an Assyrian mythical 
creature that had the head of a man, a body of a lion or hull, and 
the wings of an eagle. This is also what the original Great Sphynx 
of Egypt was designed as. According to biblical references, these 
four animal faces represent the four domains of God's rule: the man represents humanity; the 
lion, wild animals; the ox, domestic animals; and the eagle, birds. 

42 The One World Tartarians 

These four creatures first appear together in the Judeo-Christian context in Ezekiel, which was 
probably written around the third century BCE. In chapter 1, the prophet encounters fantastic 
beings in the heavens: "As for the likeness of their faces, they four had the face of a man, and 
the face of a lion, on the right side: and they four had the face of an ox on the left side; they four 
also had the face of an eagle," 

Queen Khalifia ruled the Island of California with Gr iffi ns 
which she fed the flesh of men to keep Spanish Invaders 
away She supposedly commanded a fleet of ships with 
which she ruled and maintained peace in the surrounding 
lands, and islands including Baja and Hawaii. She report¬ 
edly kept an aerial defense force of "griffins", and other 
fabulous animals which were native to California, trained 
to defend the land against invanders. She even was said to 
feed her griffins male flesh to repel male Spanish Invaders 
aka Conquestadors. 

She was so powerful she could project her imperial power 
over the seas of the Mediterranean at will. The Esplandian narrates that Calafia maintained 
cultural and trading contacts with the Muurs of Africa. It told of her wars in the mediterranean 
seas, in Anatolia, the Byzantine empire and in southern Europe. 

The Allegories of the Wizard of Oz 

Most are aware the first ever color movie made 
public was the Wizard of Oz and was full of alle¬ 
gories. The yellow brick road was paved in gold, 
as the US legal currency was then based on Gold. 

Such was the movie The Wizard of Oz, an allegory 
of the state of affairs we now live in today — an 
allegory of the unfolding New World Order that 
was instituted in America via the stock-market 
crash of 1929 and the bankruptcy of the United 
States in 1933. 

Individual: a United States government Employee. (Title 5 USC §552(a)2). The Internal Revenue 
Code (IRC) and all state tax codes are in harmony with the above definition of "individual" 
by reference only. A corporation-of-one is an artificial person constructed by law; not a living, 
breathing man or woman. An "individual" is a public corporate persona existing only in the 
public (government) domain having been created by law, not by God. 

The Strawman represented the legal strawman, filled with hay and no standing. In the 1930s 
the all-capital-letter-written-name strawman — the newly created artificial "person" that has no 
brain and speaks and acts for its once-upon-a-time sovereign, you and me — was created while 
Americans were confused and distracted by the commotion caused by the introduction of the 
New World Order of communistic socialism, to figure out that they even had a strawman with 
which to contend. The scarecrow identified this strawman persona for Dorothy thusly: "Some 
people without brains do an awful lot of talking. Of course, Tm not bright about doing things." 

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The setting of this allegory is in Kansas — the "heartland" of 
America; the geographical center of the U.S. A. In came the twister 
— the whirling confusion of the Great Depression, the stock-market 
crash, the U.S. Bankruptcy, and the theft of America's gold — that 
whisked Dorothy and Toto up into the New Order of the World; 
an artificial new dimension "somewhere, over the rainbow," above 
the solid ground of Kansas. When they landed in Oz, Dorothy 
commented to her little dog Toto: "Toto? I have a feeling we're 
not in Kansas anymore . . ." Exactly! After the bankruptcy of the 
United States, Kansas was no longer "Kansas" anymore, it is now "KS" — a two-capital-letter 
federal postal designation that is part of the "federal zone," designated by the Zone Improvement 
(ZIP) Code established by the bankrupt United States in 1933 — and Dorothy and Toto were 
now "in this state." The terms: "in this state," "this state," and "state" are deceptively defined 
for tax jurisdiction purposes as the "District of Columbia," a.k.a. the United States, Inc., or the 
corporate United States. 

The Tin-man, our Taxpayer-Identification-Number (TIN) man, is a hollow man of tin, a vessel, 
or vehicle; newly created code words for our strawman. Just as the strawman has no brain, the 
tin-man vessel/ vehicle has no heart. Both are artificial persons, (person = persona = mask). One 
of the definitions of "tin" found in Webster's dictionary is "counterfeit." The tin-man represents 
the mechanical and heartless aspect of commerce and commercial law. Just like they say in the 
Mafia, as they throw you overboard, your feet in concrete overshoes, "Nothing personal; [its] 
just business." 

The lion in the story represents the "at-one-time" fearless American people as having lost their 
courage. And after a round with the IRS, in "defending" your T-I-N man, dummy corporation, 
vessel vehicle, individual employee, public corporation, all capital letters written name, artificial 
person, strawman, you'd lose your courage, too. You perhaps haven't known it, but the IRS has 
been dealing with you all along via your Tin-Man under the hidden laws of commerce. Just like 
the tin-man, "commerce" has no heart; it is heartless. To find the Wizard, you have to "follow 
the yellow-brick road" (the gold-bar road.) Follow the trail of America's stolen gold and you'll 
find the thief who stole it. 

As they all scampered toward the Emerald City — the city of green non-federal Federal Reserve 
Notes (the new fiat money - money by decree) — we hear the Munchkins singing the glories of 
the Wizard's Creation: "You're out of the woods. Your out of the dark. Your out of the night. Step 
into the sun. Step into the light. Keep straight ahead for the most glorious place on the face of the 
earth or the stars!" This jingle abounds with Illuminati/Luciferian metaphors regarding darkness 
and light. The Wicked Witch of the West made her home in a round medieval Watchtower — 
ancient symbol of The Knights Templar of Freemasonry who are given to practicing witchcraft 
and are also credited to be the originators of modern banking, circa 1099 A.D. 

Vice Admiralty courts are courts established in the Queen's possessions beyond the seas, with 
jurisdiction over maritime causes and those relating to "prize." The United States is now a colony 
(a possession) of the English Crown, per a joint commercial venture agreement between the 
colonies (the United States) and the Crown, which brought the United States back under British 
ownership and rule, in 1933. But the American people had a "standing in law" as sovereigns. 

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independent of any connection to the United States and the Crown. This 
"standing in law" necessitated that the people be brought back under 
British rule, quietly and one at a time — but the Commercial Process 
of Redemption, through the UCC, will redeem us from this travesty. 
All courts in America are Vice-Admiralty courts conducting the private 
foreign commerce of the Crown. But there is commercial remedy in 
Redemption-in-Law. httpiZ/ 

The Flying Monkeys commanded by the Wicked Witch of the West 
were really the Tartarian Griffins, sent East to halt the potential spread 
of freedom to the individual and to continue in the Great Legal Deception of everyone being 
"out to sea" under admiralty law. Those in power used very subtle imagery and prose to mock 
the Tartarians. 

Dorothy's tactic was to drug them into unconsciousness by covering the countryside with 
poppy flowers, poppies — the source of heroin, opium, and morphine — and then waltz in and 
snatch the slippers. In other words, the best 
way to loot the gold was to dull the senses of 
the American people with a contrived crisis 
(the Great Depression.) And of course, now 
we have illicit street drugs, heroin, cocaine, 
etc., and legal drugs such as Ridlin®, etc. and 
television, bogus media dishing out control 
propaganda, etc. ...etc. 

The poppy-drugs worked on Dorothy, the lion and Toto — the flesh-and-blood entities — but 
had no effect on the scarecrow or the tin-man — the artificial entities. The two cried out for help, 
and Glenda — the Good Witch of the North — answered their cries with a blanket of snow that 
nullified the narcotic effect of the poppies on Dorothy, Toto, and the lion. As they all scampered 
toward the Emerald City — the city of green non-federal Federal Reserve Notes (the new fiat 
money - money by decree) — we hear the Munchkins singing the glories of the Wizard's Creation: 
"You're out of the woods, Your out of the dark. Your out of the night. Step into the sun, Step into 
the light, Keep straight ahead for the most glorious place on the face of the earth or the stars!" 

Chapter 2: Maps & Flags of the Great Tartary 45 

Often Griffins were portrayed as feminine, as the Femine Devine of Nurture/Nature, Love, 
Creativity and the "Attraction Principle" were all honored and revered and celebrated. 



Worldwide MudFloods 

B ut now that we've been intro¬ 
duced to the concept of the 
traveling Empire of Tartars (or 
Tatars, the original spelling) and the 
possibility they left beautiful cities in 
their wake, perhaps these legends can 
be re-examined. 

We can also ask ourselves what 
happened to the sophisticated society 
of Hyperborea that existed until the 
mid-1500's according to Mercador's 
Map. We have all heard the legends 
about the Seven Cities of Gold, even 
the Lone Ranger and Tonto have them woven into their stories. The story we have been taught is 
that the tricky natives lured the Spanish Invaders from their lands in Florida by telling them that 
west beyond the Great River {which eventually became the Mississippi) that they would discover 
vast elegant empires with citizens indulging in refined lifestyles and so much wealth that even 
their most basic objects were crafted of gold and jewels. 


48 The One World Tartarians 


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Why All The Half-Floor First Floors? 

Chapter 3: Recent Mudfloods & Liquefication Events 51 

Civilizations 200 ft. Below the Sea 

Mysterious and strange, these ancient cities and 
buildings have survived possibly centuries, protected 
by water. Deeply hidden, some over 100 ft. below Sea 
level, in the abyss because of natural phenomena, 
they have been fundamental discovers for archeolo¬ 
gists and they confirmed a lot of myths and legends. 

Cleopatra palace in Alexandria, discovered in 1998 
is one of the most important finding about ancient 
Egyptian civilization, containing a lot of daily life 
objects and impressive and unique sculptures. Mysterious pyramids of Yonaguni-Jima in Japan, 
the beautiful city of Qiandao, China, and the amazing archeological pare of Baiae in Italy. This 
city literally collapsed underwater allegedly because of a volcanic earthquake. These pictures 
here are mysterious and poetic, offering a view on a completely unknown world, unknown to 
most in the "modern" world. 

Underwater Lion City of Qiandao Lake: 
China's Atlantis 

Ruins of Cleopatra's Palace, 
Alexandria, Egypt 


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The Great Reset of 1811-1812 

From December 16, 1811, through 
March of 1812 there were over 2,000 
earthquakes in the central Midwest, 
and between 6,000-10,000 earthquakes 
in the Bootheel of Missouri where 
New Madrid is located near the junc¬ 
tion of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. 

In the known history of the world, no 
other earthquakes have lasted so long 
and resulted in so much damage as the 
New Madrid earthquakes. 

A Sequence of Three Main Shocks 
in 1811-1812 of three very large earth¬ 
quakes is usually referred to as the New 
Madrid earthquakes, after the Missouri 
town that was the largest settlement on 
the Mississippi River between St. Louis, Missouri and Natchez, Mississippi. On the basis of the 
large area of damage (600,000 square kilometers), the widespread area of perceptibility (5,000,000 
square kilometers), and the complex physiographic changes that occurred, the New Madrid earth¬ 
quakes of 1811-1812 rank as some of the largest in the United States since its settlement by Europeans. 

They were by far the largest east of the Rocky Mountains in the U.S. and Canada. The area 
of strong shaking associated with these shocks is two to three times as large as that of the 1964 
Alaska earthquake and 10 times as large as that of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. 

The New Madrid earthquakes were felt as far away as Canada and the eastern seaboard, the 
tremors caused church bells to ring in Boston and Philadelphia, the earth's surface remained in a state 
of constant motion for nearly four months, several towns were destroyed, an 18 by 5 mile lake was 
created (Reelfoot Lake in Tennessee). The earthquakes felt strongly across 130,000 square miles 
and moderately for a total of nearly 3 million miles. The effect was devastating and widespread. 
The upheaval was so violent it created Reelfoot Lake fifteen miles south of New Madrid and 
drowned the inhabitants of an entire Indian village along the Mississippi. The river amazingly 
"ran backward" for several hours, which may have been a tsunami-like event exacerbated by 
the eruption of groundwater for miles along the shore, which caused a rapid rise of the water 
level in the riverbed. 

The earthquakes were felt as far away as the White House, and it's said that church bells in 
Boston rang on their own. Shortly before the first earthquake, people reported strange behavior 
by animals. Many animals were nervous and frightened. Domestic animals became wild, and 
wild animals became tame. Snakes came out of the ground from hibernation. Flocks of ducks 
and geese landed near people. 

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In 1811, a great bright comet appeared in 
the skies. It was visible the naked eye for 
around 260 days. In the USA, the comet was 
named Tecumseh's Comet and the Euro¬ 
peans called it "Napoleon's Comet". 

The last time the comet had been witnessed 
was during the reign of Egyptian Pharaoh 
Ramses II, 3,065 years before. The arrival of 
the Tecumseh's comet was followed by the 
New Madrid earthquakes, the biggest earth¬ 
quakes in American history, events that are 
linked to the Black Sun prophecy. Tecumseh 
was an important Native American mystic, warrior and military leader of the Shawnee. He is 
today remembered as a great hero who fought for freedom. His name ominously meant "Shooting 
Star" or "He who walks across the sky." Tecumseh's brother, who was a religious leader, known 
as "The Prophet," had predicted a solar eclipse in 1806. William Henry Harrison, governor of 
Indiana was worried the Prophet was becoming too popular and challenged him to produce a 
miracle. The Prophet announced another solar eclipse occur and so it did, on September 17,1811. 

The Island of California 

"Know that, on the right hand of the Indies was an island called California, very near to the region of 
the Terrestrial Paradise, which was populated by black women, without there being any men among them, 
that almost like the Amazons was their style of living. They were of vigorous bodies and strong and ardent 
hearts and of great strength; the island itself the 
strongest in steep rocks and cliff boulders that 
is found in the world; their arms were all of 
gold, and also the harnesses of the wild beasts, 
on which, after having tamed them, they rode; 
that in all the island there was no other metal 
whatsoever... On this island, called California 
there were many griffins ... and in the time that 
they had young these women would — take them 
to their caves, and there raise them. And... they 
fattened them on those men and the boys that 
they had bom... Any make that entered the island 
was killed and eaten by them ... There ruled on 
that island of California, a queen great of body, 
very beautiful for her race, at a flourishing age, 
desirous in her thoughts of achieving great things, 
valiant in strength, cunning in her brave heart, 

more than any other who had ruled that kingdom before her ... Queen Calafia." ~ Written in the 16th 
Century romance novel by a Spanish author named Garcia Ordonez de Montalvo. It was titled, 
"Las Sergas del muy esforzado caballero Esplandian, hijo del excelente rey Amadis de Gaula," 

Tlfcs I7^h ccfibury map bv NkxiIlH SamAn 5ivm% Calironiia dcjf^kbed an r&land. ir« cw ■ 
BOG such map! caHefted by l^ltn WcLauAhlin and Kcanll^ burned cwr ta SljmPpnl Unrversjty. 
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The inspiration for the word was likely "Khalif" or "Kha lif a" which means "successor" in Arabic 
but more specifically refers in Islam to a head of state or leader of the Muslims. Montalvo was 
surely familiar with these words. Portions of Spain were ruled by the Moors (Tartarians!), who 
were Muslim, from 757 to 1492. And it fits the story's narrative. Montalvo's novel was a fanciful 
rehash of the struggle between Christians and Muslims during the crusades. 

Was Wonder Woman Mythology really Queen Califia's lands? 

When Wonder Woman's homeland is first introduced in 1941, it is referred to as Paradise 
Island, a secret and hidden island on Earth inhabited by the Amazons of myth. The Amazons 
were given a break from 
the hostilities and temp¬ 
tations of Man's World, 
and so were decreed to 
start a new life improving 
themselves by seques¬ 
tering themselves to this 
island away from ancient 
Greece, after being 
enslaved by Hercules. 

With the island blessed 
by the Olympian Gods, 
no man was allowed to 
physically set foot on it. 

It was established that all 
Amazons are adept at a discipline called "bullets and bracelets" in which they are able to deflect 
bullets fired at them using the chain bands on their wrists. 

It was originally implied, but not yet fully confirmed, that Paradise Island was located some¬ 
where in the Pacific Ocean. Then in the 1970s television incarnation (as portrayed by Lynda 
Carter), Paradise Island's location was set in the Bermuda Triangle. And the 2009 animated movie 
version had set it in the Aegean Sea. 

For centuries, the Amazons of Themyscira live in a perfect state of harmony with their surround¬ 
ings, under a theocracy. They know no racism, although many consider Antiope's Lost Tribe 
of Amazons as little more than savages. They do not think in terms of male gender; the word 
"policeman" is alien to them until Diana's departure into the outside world. Homosexuality 
is completely natural to them — while some Amazons are chaste, others have loving consorts. 
Their city is composed entirely of Greco-Roman architecture from 1200 BCE, and they wear Greek 
garb, togas, sandals, and period armor. The Amazons also all wear the Bracelets of Submission as 
constant reminders of their Enslavement and obedience to their patrons, although only Diana is 
able to deflect bullets with them. They are fervently religious, worshipping their gods as living 
deities. Artemis is their primary goddess, and they worship her with a sacrifice of a deer. The 
Amazons celebrate their creation each year in a Feast of Five, remembering the goddesses who 
brought them to life. 

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The name "California" traces its origin 
to a centuries old story about an island, full 
of gold, run by black women who fed men 
to their pet griffins. Like other Amazonian 
legends, the island of California was a place 
filled with strong, self-sufficient women who 
solicited male attention completely on their 
own terms. This story resonates in California, 
which has a long history of gender roles 
being reconstructed. And it is fitting that 
this state, which has served as a frontier 
for issues of race, gender and religion, gets 
its name from a mythical story where race, 
gender and religion collide. Finally, the story 
of an island full of gold foreshadowed the 
Gold Rush, which propelled the idea of the 
California dream around the world. 

A Muurish (African) Emperor Abu Bukari took 1,000 ships to the New World in the 1300s. 
So Muurish navigators and sea men were highly sought in those days that the previously land- 
bounded Europeans were in their infancy in navigational and maritime sciences. A black man 
used to own the San Fernando Valley. That was Pio de Jesus Pico (1801-1894). He was also the 
last Mexican governor of California. In total, in the 1800s, there were at least four black governors 
of the state of California. 

Califia is a part of California history, and she also reinforces the fact that when Cortes named 
this place California, he had 300 black people with him. And throughout the whole Spanish 
Mexican war, 40 percent of the population was black. In 1535, Cortes led an expedition back to 
the land of Calafia or California and decided to be re-named it Santa Cruz. However, that name 
did not stick, as the natives, and the Muurs and the black Indians and red Indians and so-called 
whites continued to use the ancient and old name of the land "California". Cortes himself and 
his contemporaries appeared to have used the name too. In 1550 and 1556, the name appears 
three times in reports about Cortes written by Giovanni Battista Ramusio. Thus, over the years 
of increasing conquest, colonization and rape of the land of California, the ancient land of the 
muurs has held onto its name and identity, in the knowledge that one day, it will be as it was in 
the beginning. There are over 800 maps of California as an island up until the early 1800's domi¬ 
ciled at the Stanford Research Library at Stanford University. And of course it is the Jesuits who 
claimed the whole "Island of California" is a myth. Although some early maps showed California 
on the mainland, a powerful refutation of the island theory came in 1701 when Jesuit explorer Eusebio 
Kino crossed the Baja peninsula and, with a telescope, saw that it was part of the continent. 

Over 250 maps from the 17th and 18th centuries show California as an island. The defini¬ 
tive catalog of "California as an Island" maps is "The Mapping of California as an Island" by 
McLaughlin. The first map in McLaughlin's catalog dates to 1621. Island maps continued into 
the 1800s, in spite of Spanish explorer Father Kino demonstrating California's connectedness 
in 1705 by walking there from New Mexico. But since there were no accurate maps of the New 

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Hopkins Holol, San Ffancisto. California, r Ph-crio from l Wlklmedla Commons 

Chapter 3: Recent Mudfloods & Liquefication Events 57 

World, map makers continued to supply the market using ancient sources. Hapgood attributes 
the ancient sources to maps preserved in Constantinople and later distributed by Turks, (p.9) 
That there were only a limited number of original sources is shown by their all falling into cate¬ 
gories according to the features on the map. For example, some show the California island with 
a flat top, others showing it with a "W" top. McLaughlin assigns maps to groups throughout 
his catalog according to features such as the shape of the top of the island. Since no explorers 
had mapped the California coast at that point, there was no way for map makers to know which 
source was right. As it turns out, both sources are right, they were just mapped at different times 
and different ocean levels. 

Polk chronicles the extremely slow progress 
of exploration along the California coast for the 
next two centuries ("The Island of California, A 
History of the Myth", Dora Beale Polk). She relates 
how Cortez mapped only the lower portion of 
the Gulf of California. Alarcon sailed up the Gulf 
to the Colorado River in 1540 and rowed up the 
river a long way but left no map. The explorer 
Onate reached the mouth of the Colorado at the 
head of the Gulf in 1604, over a century after 
Columbus' voyage. (Polk p. 261) In the late 1500s, Spanish trade ships followed ocean currents 
from the far east to the area of Mendocino, where they 
turned south to Baja. But they would not venture near 
the coast and so provided only limited information 
on California geography. (Polk, p. 244) In 1603, on a 
voyage cloaked in secrecy and plagued with misfortune, 

Vizcaino explored the Pacific coast of California up to 
Cape Blanco, Oregon, where they presumed a large 
river was the sought-after passage to the Atlantic. (Polk, 
p.257). In all these explorations, Polk emphasizes the 
political pressure on explorers and map makers to find 
that California was an island. It was in the best interest of 
people like Cortez that California be an island, because 
Cortez was promised governorship of the island. 

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The Island Coastline - Northern Portion 

The Pacific coast has been pushed eastward about 
200 miles. The area that was pushed eastward extends 
from the top of the island at the north, to Point Concep¬ 
cion at the south. This section of the coastline bears no 
resemblance to today's coastline. In the overlay map 
to the left the northeast corner of the island forms a 
point that is created by the mountain range ending at 
the Willamete National Forest east of Eugene. The flat 
top follows the visible break in the coastal range just 
south of Eugene. Many "California as an Island" maps 
from the 1600s and the 1700s show the north end of 
the island as a distinct "M". McLaughlin categorizes 
maps by whether they have a "flat" or "indented" top 

throughout his catalog of California as an island maps 
("The Mapping of California as an Island, an Illustrated Checklist", Glen McLaughlin). The "M" 
was the result of later pushing up of the coastal and Cascade ranges around Portland. 

The salt lakes east of the northeast corner are evidence that there was a lot of saltwater left 
there after the ocean receded. South on the Pacific side from the flat island top, we find the coast¬ 
line from the top of the island to Point Concepcion extends 200 miles farther out into the Pacific 
than it does today. Because the geography of the coastline is so different from the present day, 
the Vingboons map offers no points of alignment with modern landmarks. Vingboons adorned 
this section of the coast with many names of features that could not have had any resemblance 
to what the early explorers saw, but rather assigned them the names given by the Spanish to the 
modern features found by the Spanish at that latitude. 

What caused this 200-mile eastward 
movement of the coastline? While 
changing ocean level played a small 
part in the shape of the coast, the biggest 
cause was plate movement of the Pacific 
seafloor. Two significant rifts extend 
across the Pacific, starting at the Hawaiian 
Islands chain and meeting the continent 
at Eureka on the north end and Point 
Conception on the south, at Eureka by 
the Murray Fracture zone, and at Point 
Conception by the Mendocino Fracture 
zone. These rifts do not stop at the Pacific coastline but rather continue to the east coast, the 
northern rift to New York, and the southern rift to the active earthquake zone of North Carolina. 
These rifts gradually buckled the continent from east to west, starting during the Flood with the 
Appalachians. A Midwest uplift buried under Mississippi river valley sediment was the location 
of the great earthquakes of 1811-1812. The Rockies were pushed up next, then the Wasatch range in 
Utah and last the folded ridges of Nevada. Finally, after the Vingboons map was made, the Sierra 

Chapter 3: Recent Mudfloods & Liquefication Events 59 

Nevada and California Coastal ranges were pushed up. These two 
ridges do not appear on an otherwise extremely accurate map. 1 
must assume they were not on the source maps because they did 
not yet exist. The formation of these last two ranges pushed the 
coastline of the map east by over 200 miles to where it is today. 
The eastward shift can be seen in this map of California geology. 
"Older Metamorphic and sedimentary rocks" are dark blue. There 
is a sharp break in this rock between the Murray and Mendocino 
rifts. Formation of the Sierra Nevada range pushed this block 
east about 50 miles. The "Older Metamorphic and sedimentary 
rocks" were pushed east into what became the Sierra Nevada's. 
The "Great Gold Rush of 1849" occurred due to the uplifting of 
the Sierra Nevada Mountain range and revealed abundant gold 
and silver on the surface of the ground. You could literally pick up 
the nuggets without having to dig with a pickaxe. Therefore, ships 
from as far away as China sailed to San Francisco and the wagon trains were able to cross the 
Great Salt Lake, which up until that time, was still ocean fed. This is why you find ocean fossils 
in the Great Salt Lake and no one was able to access California until the mid-1800's! 

The Great California Mudflood of 1862 

And while all this was going on The Great Flood of 1862 was the largest flood in the recorded 
history of Oregon, Nevada, and California, occurring from December 1861 to January 1862. It 
was preceded by weeks of continuous rains and snows in the very high elevations that began in 
Oregon in November 1861 and continued into January 1862. 

This was followed by a record amount of 
rain from January 9-12, and contributed to a 
flood that extended from the Columbia River 
southward in western Oregon, and through 
California to San Diego, and extended as far 
inland as Idaho in the Washington Territory, 

Nevada and Utah in the Utah Territory, and 
Arizona in the western New Mexico Territory. 

The event dumped an equivalent of 10 feet of 
rainfall in California, in the form of rain and 
snow, over a period of 43 days. Immense snow¬ 
falls in the mountains of the far western United 
States caused more flooding in Idaho, Arizona, 

New Mexico, and Sonora, Mexico the following 
spring and summer as the snow melted. 

The event was capped by a warm intense 
storm that melted the high snow load. The resulting snowmelt flooded valleys, inundated or 
swept away towns, mills, dams, flumes, houses, fences, and domestic animals, and ruined fields. 
It has been described as the worst disaster ever to strike California. 

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Jesuits and Freemasons Founded the "New" California 

In the winter of 1840, the Western Emigration Society was 
founded in Missouri, with 500 pledging to trek west into 
Mexico California. Members included Baldridge, Barnett, 

Bartleson, Bidwell and Nye. Organized on 18 May 1841, Talbot 
H. Green was elected president, John Bidwell secretary, and 
John Bartleson captain. The group joined Father Pierre Jean De 
Smet's Jesuit missionary group, led by Thomas F. Fitzpatrick, 
westward across South Pass along the Oregon Trail. That 
trail took them past Courthouse and Jail Rocks, Chimney 
Rock, Scotts Bluff, Fort Laramie, and Independence Rock. 

The Bartleson-Bidwell party separated from Fitzpatrick, and 
the missionary group, at Soda Springs on 11 Aug. 

Some 152 years ago Freemason Brother Peter Lassen led 
12 wagons from Missouri to California, forging the treach¬ 
erous - and now infamous - Lassen Trail. After months of 
hardship, he successfully delivered new settlers to Benton 
City, the state's northernmost community. On November 23, 

1848, Levi Stowell was appointed master of the new lodge, and on November 15,1849, the lodge 
was formally organized under the charter. After meeting the requirements of the Grand Lodge 
of California, Sacramento Lodge #40 was chartered on May 6,1854 and assigned the number 
40, signifying that it was the fortieth Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons to be chartered in the 
state of California. La Fayette Lodge No. 126 was chartered by the Grand Lodge of California on 
May 13,1858. It is located in Sebastopol California, originally a farming community north of San 
Francisco. To this day. La Fayette Lodge maintains the traditions of a small-town community. 

Jesuit Joseph Justus Scaliger (1540 -1609) 

Chief Architect of Falsifying Modern History 

Joseph Scaliger was a French Jesuit religious leader and scholar, known for expanding the 
notion of classical history from Greek and ancient Roman history to include Persian, Babylonian, 
Jewish and ancient Egyptian history. In 1601 Gaspar Scioppius, then in the service of the Jesuits 
published his Scaliger Hypoholimaeus ("The Supposititious Scaliger"), a 
quarto volume of more than four hundred pages. The author purports 
to point out five hundred lies in the Epistola de vetustate of Scaliger. The 
pressure of the Scaligerian chronology and all of these oddities brings 
historians to the conclusion that: 

"The Middle Ages were the time when all idea of chronological conse- 
quentiality had been lost: monks with crosses and thuribles at the funeral 
of Alexander the Great, Catilina attending mass... Orpheus becomes a 
contemporary of Aeneas, Sardanapal a Greek king, and Julian the Apostate 
- a Papal chaplain. Everything acquires a hue of fantasy in this world [this 
perplexes the modern historian greatly - A. F. The most blatant anachro¬ 
nisms and the strangest fancies coexist peacefully." 

Chapter 3: Recent Mudfloods & Liquefication Events 61 

Jesuits, Knights Templar and Freemasons well established 
in San Francisco by 1849 

View of the Knights 
Templar parade in San Fran¬ 
cisco, August 20th, 1883. It 
was built in 1905 and 1906- 

The Jesuit Arrival in California and the 
Founding of Santa Clara College 

By Gerald McKhvitt* 

1907. The building has been 
home to two institutions, 
the Knights Templar and the 
Baptist Church. The building 
was originally built for the 
Golden Gate Commandery 
#16 of the Knights Templar, 
a masonic order at the turn 
of the century. The building 
was originally built for the 
Golden Gate Commandery 
#16 of the Knights Templar. 

“Wbether it should be called a madhouse or Babylon, I am at a 
loss to determine.'"^ With these words. Father Michael Accolti, a 
Jesuit priest, described his first impressions of the city of San Francisco 
in 1S49. The shock which the Italian'^born missionary experienced when 
he stepped ashore in the spirited city was, however, only momentary. 
Within days of his arrival, Aocolii set about preparing the purpose for 
which he had abandoned the Indian missions of Oregon for the ‘*madhouse 
or Babylon” of San Francisco. His aim was to open a Jesuit college 
in gold rush California. Without money or friends and in the absence 
of official Jesuit support for his project, Accolti’s undertaking proved 
more ambitious than he had anticipated. But Michael AccolU waa a 
determined man, and fifteen months after his landing in San Francisco 
his goal was acieved. In 1^3 U a Jesuit school was opened in the adobes 
of the old Franciscan mission of Santa Clara. He named it Santa Clara 

A Grand Parade was held at the Grand Conclave on August 20,1883. 

62 The One World Tartarians 

San Francisco Mason Temple 

The first Masonic lodge, at 1 Montgomery Street, was built in 1860 and, of course, burned 
down in the 1906 fire. On 1911, the Masonic Temple Association laid a 12-ton cornerstone (the 
largest ever in California at that time) for the new building. Two years later, {man these guys could 
erect hack thenX), a grand parade of 8,000 Masons, with Knights Templar on horseback, marked 
the dedication 

The entrance is through this elegant and noble portal, under a semi-circular hood supported on corbels formed 
by the stone figures of lions. The tympanum shows three allegorical figures in relief by New York Sculptor Adol ph 
Alexander Weinman (The future creator of the Winged Head Liberty Dime and the Walking Liberty Half Dollar), 
consisting of three figures of Charity, Fortitude and Truth. Beneath,, the lintel is a row of nine smaller figures by 
San Francisco artist Ralph Stackpole . representing David, Abraham, St. John the Divine, Nathan the prophet. 
Moses,. Aaron, St. John the Baptist, Joseph and Jonathan. 

The 1913 Chamber of Commerce Handbook for San Francisco declared, "'One of the few buildings in America 
comparable to some of the good buildings in Europe is the Masonic Temple." And the 1919 Architectural 
Review said, “Bliss & Faville’s Masonic Temple is widely known as one of the best Masonic structures, both 
inside and out . . It looks like what it is, and this cannot always be said of lodges and fraternity buildings. " 

Chapter 3: Recent Mudfloods & Liquefication Events 63 

Memories of the 1904 Grand Encampment Triennial 

by W. Bruce Pruitt, KGC, Right Eminent Past Grand Commander, California 

The most unforgettable event that took 
place in the city of San Francisco, Cali¬ 
fornia, in the year 1906 was the infamous 
earthquake and fire. However, two years 
earlier, in 1904, the most significant and 
memorable event was the very impressive 
assembly of Knights Templar of the Grand 
Encampment of the United States. San 
Francisco was literally "turned over" to 
host the twenty-ninth Triennial. Only a few 
examples of the opulent treatment given by 
the city will demonstrate the importance 
attributed to the event. Market Street, the 
major street of San Francisco, was lined 
with columns capped by Templar crosses. 

The Ferry Building, at the foot of Market 
Street and perhaps the most dominant 
structure at that time, was outlined with 
lights and had a lighted Knight Templar 
cross on the side facing the city. 

The Grand Lodge of California building 
was outlined at every corner with lighting 
including the square and compasses. Templar cross, cross and crown, etc. (This beautiful structure, 
on Market Street, was destroyed by the earthquake and fire two years later.) Golden Gate Park 
was profuse with floral arrangements forming Masonic symbols of all types. Business sessions 
were held in Golden Gate Hall, and the San Francisco Pavilion was greatly decorated for events. 
The festivities extended from August 31 to September 6 and culminated with an amazing parade 
through the length of Market St. to Van Ness Avenue. Many, if not all, attending Commanderies 
produced souvenir medals to commemorate the experience. One personal enjoyment engaged 
in by the Knights was to exchange medals and accumulate a collection to take back home. 

The presiding Most Eminent Grand Master was Sir Knight Henry Bates Stoddard of Texas. He 
was greeted in Oakland by the Grand Commander of California, Past Grand Master Reuben H. 
Lloyd, the Commanders of California Commandery No. 1 and Golden Gate Commandery No 
16, and an escort of Sir Knights. He then proceeded across San Francisco Bay by ferry to the Ferry 
Building, where he was met by an even more elaborate escort. The record states: "At the Ferry 
Station, companies A, B, C, D, and E of California Commandery mounted on finely caparisoned 
black chargers and under the command of Sir Knight Rueben P. Hurlbut, Captain General (on a 
snow-white charger — ed.) were drawn up in line for escort duty." The Grand Master, Past Grand 
Master, Grand Commander, and Commander of California Commandery proceeded in a carriage 
drawn by four white horses. Several other carriages followed. The delegation from Great Britain 
was given special attention: 

64 The One World Tartarians 

"Great deference was paid 
to the distinguished delega¬ 
tion from the Great Priory of 
England during the stay of 
the members in San Francisco. 

The visit itself was a distinc¬ 
tion, representing the fraternal 
relations existing between 
the governing bodies of the 
greatest two Grand Jurisdic¬ 
tions of Templars in the world. 

In another sense it was highly 
representative in that in his offi¬ 
cial capacity the Earl of Euston 
was the personal representative 
of Edward Vll, King of England, 
who for many years was the 
active head of Craft Masonry 
in England and who has ever 
been a patron of the Order in 
that jurisdiction." 

The drill competition was held on the multi-acre Recreation Ground of Golden Gate Park. Awards 
were won by Ivanhoe Commandery No. 24 of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Malta Commandery No, 
20. of Binghamton, New York; and Louisville Commandery No. 2 of Louisville, Kentucky. The 
launching of the armored cruiser Milwaukee was timed to occur during the time of the Conclave. 
It took place at the Union Iron Works along the shoreline of San Francisco Bay. Naturally it was 
of special interest to the delegation from the state of Wisconsin. A beautiful, leather-bound record 
was produced to commemorate this Triennial. That book is truly a treasure and a collector's item. 
A review of the photographs in this volume is the only way one can appreciate in any way the 
extent of effort and involvement that went into this assembly. Those pictures help one to enjoy, 
in particular, the final parade of Sir Knights. The number of mounted companies, the sizes of 

the delegations, and the number of spectators lining the 
streets make one really appreciate those "glory days" 
of Templary. Oakland Commandery No. 11 seemed to 
extend for over a block. San Jose Commandery No. 10 
was almost two blocks long. California Commandery was 
resplendent in their unique uniform and made up a fully 
mounted troop. Even though there were, of course, larger 
groups from California, every Grand Commandery made 
an impressive appearance. The Grand Commandery of 
Pennsylvania, mounted on matching black steeds, did 
their part to impress the on-lookers. 

Thifi view shews the Cathedral Meitument In Union Si|uare huiIt for the 
Koights of Templar ConcLavep July 7-l3p 19M, 

Chapter 3: Recent Mudfloods & Liquefication Events 65 

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The Legend of San Francisco and Conflicting Population Numbers 

Remember, the only way to access SF was from the South or by water, 
so all materials had to be hauled in and that California Statehood was not 
reached until 1850. The 1850 U.S. Federal Census tallied California's popu¬ 
lation at 92,597. This illustrates the population consensus of San Francisco, 
which clearly shows that either the consensus is in error by a great margin 
given the photographic images of the 1850's - 1900's, or the Tartarians were 
there already well established. 

And the story goes... Then in 1846 the USA annexed California. On 9 July 
1846 USS Portsmouth sailed into San Francisco Bay and sailors and marines 
went ashore and raised the US flag. The little settlement of Yerba Buena 

was renamed San Fran¬ 
cisco (after the bay) on 
30 January 1847. At 
that time San Francisco 
only had a population 
of about 800. In 1848 a man named James 
Marshall discovered gold. News of the find 
reached New York in December 1848. As a 
result people went to San Francisco in their 
thousands and the population boomed. In 
1849 the population of San Francisco reached 
25,000. That first wave of settlers included 
many southerners who brought slaves with 
them. Even after California was granted state¬ 
hood in 1850 as a "free" state, several thousand 
people of African descent were held in slavery 
with the backing of fugitive slave laws passed by the California legislature and approved by the 
California supreme court. But a growing majority of California's white men, the only ones who 
could vote, were embracing the "free soil" ideology of the anti-slavery wing of the Democratic 
Party. The commitment to free white labor meant that any other group, 
for example, the thousands of Mexicans, Chileans, Peruvians, and 
other Spanish-speakers who arrived early to the gold diggings, had 
to be defined as occupying a different category of work. The push for 
a "foreign miner's tax" that lasted until 1852 was designed to drive 
out the so-called peones, or peons, men who were paid a pittance 
and sent the products of their labor to their patrones, or bosses. The 
Spanish-speaking gold miners were defined as less than white men 
by this argument, and thus subject to violent expulsion. After 1852, 
when most Spanish-speaking miners had departed, the target of 
white miners was shifted to the Chinese miners. Before long a new 
claim was being made about the Chinese workers who had signed 
contracts and come to work in California: they were "coolies." 

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Cirand Coun al Ihr Pala^ Hatclp-c^. ISSOk. Ail bl-eckfi were firrd in l^ duc 
faciit prcfsurc from white the Hoicl. 

66 The One World Tartarians 

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-^o- a nu^jd^na i^gildni^ -tlut -w^mM ^ m^dn-milla^nairF own^r, 


Chapter 3: Recent Mudfloods & Liquefication Events 67 

And, of course, as we see everywhere, fires burning buildings in the 1850's and beyond. 

Frequent fires shaped the development of both San Francisco and Sacramento, and the years 
of 1849 to 1851 were a particularly fiery time in the history of both towns. My novel takes place 

between 1848 and 1850. Sacramento is 
one of the primary settings of the novel, 
and some scenes are set in San Francisco 
as well. So I decided learning something 
about the San Francisco and Sacramento 
fires would be good background. This 
post focuses on San Francisco. 

Santa Rosa, California was founded 
in 1833 and named after Saint Rose of 
Lima. Before the arrival of Jesuits, the 
Santa Rosa Plain was home to a strong 
and populous tribe of Porno natives 
known as the Bitakomtara. The Bitakom- 
tara controlled the area closely, barring 
passage to others until permission was 
arranged. Those who entered without 
permission were subject to harsh penalties. The tribe gathered at ceremonial times on Santa Rosa 
Creek near present-day Spring Lake Regional Park. Upon the arrival of Europeans, the Pomos were 
decimated by smallpox brought from Europe. By 1900 the Porno population decreased by 95%. 

Just down the road is the towns of Sebastapool and Occidental. Remember, California was 
'founded' in 1850's and is home to Bohemian Grove were world elite power gather each year in the 
summer since 1872.. By 1863, there 
was already railroads to through 
these towns whose populations were 
under 5,000 people. 

Interestingly, Sevastopol, in Russia 
laid claim to the possible to one of 
the classic sieges of all time. The city 
of Sevastopol was the home of the 
Tsar's Black Sea Fleet, which threat¬ 
ened the Mediterranean. The Russian 
field army withdrew before the allies 
could encircle it. The siege was the 
culminating struggle for the strategic 
Russian port in 1854-55 and was the 
final episode in the Crimean War. 

SLIDE e or 45 

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DGcember 1E49 - First Great Fire 

68 The One World Tartarians 

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1850's Los Angeles, California.. 

The first Our Lady of Sorrows Church 
was consecrated July 29,1855, and the 
Jesuits have served at the parish since 1908. 
Blessed Sacrament Church in Holly¬ 
wood, established in 1904, came under 
Jesuit administration in 1914, beginning 
with Father William Deeney pastor, 
the former president of Loyola College 
(now Loyola Marymount University). 
And Dolores Mission in Boyle Heights 
— at 68, the "baby" of the group — has 
been administered by the Jesuits since 
1980. A fourth parish with Jesuit history, 
St. Ignatius of Loyola in Highland Park, 
was founded in 1911 by Jesuit priests 
under the leadership of Bishop Thomas 
Conaty of the Monterey-Los Angeles 

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Tartarian Russian Royalty (Czars) 1850's - 1914 

Chapter 4: The Tartarian Culture 71 

The Elegant and Beautiful Women of Tartary 


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Chapter 4: The Tartarian Culture 73 

The First Natives of America ~ Black Moors 

Author and historian Chancellor Williams said "the 
original Moors, like the original Egyptians, were black 
Africans." The 16th century English playwright William 
Shakespeare used the word Moor as a synonym for 
African. His contemporary Christopher Marlowe also 
used African and Moor interchangeably. Black soldiers, 
specifically identified as Moors, were actively recruited 
by Rome, and served in Britain, France, Switzerland, 

Austria, Hungary, Poland, and Romania. St. Maurice, 
patron saint of medieval Europe, was only one of many 
black soldiers and officers under the employ of the 
Roman Empire. 

Although generations of Spanish rulers have tried 
to expunge this era from the historical record, recent 
archeaology and scholarship now shed fresh light on 
the Moors who flourished in Al-Andalus for more than 
700 years — from 711 A.D. until 1492. The Moorish 
advances in mathematics, astronomy, art, and agriculture helped propel Europe out of the Dark 

Ages and into the Renaissance. The Moors brought 
enormous learning to Spain that over centuries 
would percolate through the rest of Europe. 

The intellectual achievements of the Moors in 
Spain had a lasting effect; education was universal 
in Moorish Spain, while in Christian Europe, 99 
percent of the population was illiterate, and even 
kings could neither read nor write. At a time when 
Europe had only two universities, the Moors had 
seventeen, located in Almeria, Cordova, Granada, 
Juen, Malaga, Seville, and Toledo. In the 11th and 
12th centuries, public libraries in Europe were 
nonexistent, while Moorish Spain could boast 
of more than 70, including one in Cordova that 
housed hundreds of thousands of manuscripts. Universities in Paris and Oxford were established 
after visits by scholars to Moorish Spain. It was this 
system of education, taken to Europe by the Moors, 
that seeded the European Renaissance and brought 
the continent out of the 1,000 years of intellectual and 
technological gloom of the Middle Ages. ~ Atlantab- 

74 The One World Tartarians 

Destroying the Identity of the Black Moor Tartarians 

The Los Angeles Times (June 4,1990) reported that 
"When Napoleon visited the Sphinx in 1798, everything 
but the head was buried in sand...his soldiers reputedly 
used the Sphinx for target practice." While the Sphinx 
had already suffered nose damage prior to Napoleon, 
the greatest destruction took place during Napoleon's 
occupation of Egypt, as documented by Tony Browder, 
and testified by the collection of Sphinx portraits he has 
assembled on page 225 of his book Nile Valley Contri¬ 
butions to Civilization. These six portraits, drawn over 
a period of 100 years from 1698 to 1798, are the only current evidence available which shows the 
progression of the nose destruction. Besides the Sphinx, a large percentage of Africoid Kamite 

statues are missing their noses, whereas European-looking figures 
are intact. Faces of Africoid sculptures were also altered to appear 
Caucasoid by Kamit's European conquerors. A Sphinx statue on 
display in the British Museum admits that the "face of the stature 
was reworked" during the Roman occupation of Egypt. Reporting 
on the "riddle" of the racial identity of the ancient Egyptians, Count 
C. Volney, a distinguished French scholar who visited Egypt in the 
late 1700s, wrote with astonishment "...when 1 visited the Sphinx, its 
appearance gave me the key to the riddle. Beholding that head typi¬ 
cally Negro in all its features..." He later added "...the Egyptians were 
true Negroes of the same type as all native-born Africans. The NWO 
Romanov dynasties would often deface statues of past monarchs in 
order to erase or diminish their legacy. In these cases, the removal of 
the nose would be accompanied by other, more extensive facial disfigurements, as well as the 
destruction of inscriptions and symbols of office. 

Chapter 4: The Tartarian Culture 75 

Another Huge NWO Lie ~ The Transatlantic Slave Trade Out of Africa 

So, the story goes... 

Some 12.5 million Africans were taken from their 
homes and forced aboard slave ships that were 
destined for the New World. About 10.7 million people 
survived the horrors of the Middle Passage between 
1526 and 1866, only to end up in bondage on sugar, 
rice, cotton, and tobacco plantations throughout the 
Americas and the Caribbean. The transatlantic slave 
trade is the largest forced migration in history. 

Black people are indigenous to the Americas. Black 
Native Americans are not a result of the so called "red 
Indian" mixing with slaves. The so called "red Indian" comes from mixing with the European 
colonist and the Asians that were in America before Columbus. The first Native Americans were 
Mongolian Tartarians. Melville Herskovits, a European anthropologist, was one of the originators 
of the "Out of Africa Theory." Herskovits never had any historical, archaeological, or anthropo¬ 
logical proof that Black People of the Americas ever derived from West and North Africa. 

Consequently, Herskovits crafted the theory that Blacks arrived in America from the transat¬ 
lantic slave trade, which allegedly brought in more than 10 million African Slaves. According 
to the National Archives of Spain and Smithsonian Records, there was no evidence to prove 70 
thousand ships with Black Africans ever sailed to the Americas. Melville carried out the teach¬ 
ings of his mentor Franz Boaz, to make the 
Original Copper Color Races of The Americas 
inferior, and the European presence superior. 
Before this time. Blacks coming from Africa 
through the Transatlantic Slave Trade story 
never existed. 

As a result, Melville's work has been frag¬ 
mented and used as propaganda by writers 
like Harold Courlander and Alex Haley, which 
further perpetuated the myth of the Trans¬ 
atlantic Slave Trade through the hit movie 

Americas were black people and they were 
not brought here on ships. 

Instead, they were enslaved right here on their own lands. If they were brought on ships, 
the numbers are extremely exaggerated. It was published that 15,000,000 to 20,000,000 slaves 
arrived in the Americas between 1540 and 1850 over — a 310-year period (according to US History 
books). The Stewart Synopsis points out a few questions that should be examined: 

1. Over a period of 300 years, is it fair to say that 60,000 slaves were transported annually to 
the Americas or has the transportation of slaves to the Americas been one big myth? 

2. The largest seagoing vessel carried 400 slaves but not all of the ships were that large. 

TVans-Atlantic Imports by Region 


Number of slaves 
accounted for 





Spanish Empire 



British West Indies 



French West Indies 



British North America 



and United States 

Dutch West Indies 



Danish West Indies 



Europe (and Islands) 







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3. Time of passage was 3-4 months. That means 200 vessels/ ships per year would have to 
travel carrying 300 people. One ship could make 3 passages per year. The Trans-Atlantic 
Slave Trade Database says there were 1100 -1400 voyages made over that 300 year period. 
If that is the case and each ship carried 400 people, the total number would be 560,000 
Africans were transported. It still does not add up. 

4. We already know that over 83 % of all Americans with African ancestry have Native Amer¬ 
ican blood. 

5. Did Native American tribes help slaves escape or were Americans with African ancestry 
already part of the Native American Nations? 

After 20 years the Royal Adventurer-with its 15 ships had transported between 90,000 and 
100,000 slaves. That is a long way from 15,000,000 to 20,000,000 slaves who were supposedly 
brought to the Americas. Doesn't that leave a little 
over 14,000,000 to 19,000,000 people not accounted 
/or—What's up with that? Or is/was the Black/ 

Brown birthrate that more accelerated than the White 
birthrate? The calculated median of 15 and 20 million 
would be 17.5 million. Divide it by 400 people — the 
largest slave vessels. That comes out to 43,750 trips. 

Can you show me a record where this many trips 
occurred, or the number of trips calculated by the 
so-called experts? (Figures exist of 27,000 - 35,000 
voyages). The same thing happened with the holo¬ 
caust in Germany during World War II. Six million 
people were supposedly killed, but there are not that many names referenced who died totaling 
six million. In fact, the official story has reduced the number to under 1 million people! 

Stewart Synopsis lists these black Native tribes: 

The Washitaw of the Louisiana/Midwest 

The Yamasee of the South East 

The Iroquois 

The Cherokee Indians 

The Blackfoot Indians 

The Pequot and Mohegans of Connecticut 

The Black Californians (Calafians) (CAL in CALifornia literally means BLAK, after the 
name of the Great Mamma KALi / Queen KALifa) 

The Olmecs of Mexico 
The Darienite of Panama 

Chapter 4: The Tartarian Culture 77 

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4.25 million African Slaves Shipped to Brazil & Mexico? 

The story goes... Over the 
course of 300 years, from the 
16th to the 19th centuries, 
the Brazil imported around 
four million slaves (some 40 
percent of the total transatlantic 
slave trade). The overwhelming 
majority came from the former 
Portuguese colony of Angola, 
located on the Atlantic coast of 
southern Africa. 

On July 9, the United 
Nations Educational, Scien¬ 
tific and Cultural Organization 
(UNESCO) named Valongo 
Wharf a World Heritage site, along with northwest England's Lake District, the walled city of 
Ahmedabad in India and the sacred Japanese island of Okinoshima, which doesn't allow women 
on its shores. 


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Of the new sites on the list, none has a darker past than Valongo Wharf. Built in 1811, the wharf 
functioned as South America's leading slave port. It was here that as many as 900,000 enslaved 

Slave Voyages 

Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade - Database 

Recently Revamped Voyages Database at Emory University. 

fiesirts, Sjmmary Tables Da1a vifiuali7a1;or limeli-ie Maos Tr 

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African men, women and children were held 
before being sold on the Brazilian slave market. 

Those who didn't survive the ordeal—who died 
during the transatlantic journey or sometime 
after arriving at the wharf—were buried in mass 
graves nearby. 

Mexico claims African Slaves as well: A total 

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of 186,766 Africans were imported into Mexico 
during the 300 years of the Spanish Slave Trade. 
Looking at the appearance of modern Mexicans, 
it becomes clear that the NOW just made up 
the numbers without any proof or evidence of 
the veracity of these claims. There is no way 
186,766 thousand Black Skinned Mongols could 
be responsible for the "pigmented" side of well 
over a 100 million "Light and Dark Skinned" 

The American Negro or Indian or Black Moor 
or Mongolian Tartarian is the oldest man on Earth. 
The oldest chromosome on Earth was found in 
a man from South Carolina and is unrelated 
to African lineages. There are more pyramids 

78 The One World Tartarians 








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in the Americas than 
anywhere else. The 
Mayach or Xi as in 
Me XI CO conquered 
the Nile Valley, 

Arabia, Afghanistan, 

India, Vietnam and 
Cambodia. The statues 
of Buddha are simply 
images of Osiris the 
ruler who conquered 
the known world in a 
remote epoch of human 
history. There are many 
sources the Old Testa¬ 
ment takes place in the 

Americas. Mexico is the original land of the American Negro who is the Olmec Xi Aztec Toltec 
etc. in North America he is the Algonquin Choctaw Washitaw Pequot Wampanoag Lenni Lenape 
Iroquois etc. 

The Spanish and Portuguese captured and sold what they called Negro de Terra into European 
slave markets. The Dutch and English didn't even enter Africa until the late 1700's yet slavery 
started in 1492. Columbus was a Portuguese moor named Salvatore Eerdinand Zarco and many 
of the European monarchs in Europe were also Negroes who came to America as they were 
being pushed out of Europe by white European Catholics. The Conquistadors were sent to The 
West Indies to destroy the kingdoms of the Blacks and reduce them to servitude and slavery, it 
was known as Dum Diversas The Doctrine of Discovery and the Inquisition and gave Catholics 
kingdoms the right to murder rape enslave and torture all those not under the authority of the 
Vatican and The Pope. 

America is the Old World and Columbus called his first voyage The Last Crusade to Conquer 
The Holy Lands of Mexico and Peru which means Per Heru or House of Heru or Herusalem 
which became Jerusalem, it is also known as The Navel of the World. Teotihuacan means city 
of Tehuti or Thoth and Tenochtitlan which became Mexico City means City of Enoch. Mexico is 
named for Moses or Mexi like Moshe. 

The Old Testament contains volcanoes, corn, bears and tobacco all which are native to America. 
Utah is Yudah and contains the city of Moab. The Great Salt Lake is the Dead Sea. There are more 
Pyramids and megalithic structures in the Americas than anywhere else including The Nile 
Valley. The NWO tells the story backwards. The Negro is the Indian or Copper Colored Indigenous 
people of the Americas. Who is actually a redskin? Many think "black" people are black, yet there 
are many shades of copper which is the color of earth. If you look in old dictionaries you will 
see that Nigger and Indian were synonyms and that Colored is simply short for copper colored. 
Why do u think they keep changing or titles from India to Negro to Colored to African American? 
The Black Moor "Negro" is the most copied man on the Earth. 

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Toltecs, Mayans, Aztecs, etc... All Were Black Moors 

Most historians, anthropologists and scholars refer to the Olmecs 
as the "mother culture" of pre-Hispanic Mexico. The presence of the 
Olmecs predates the Mayan civilization by more than 1,500 years and 
the Aztecs in Mexico by as many as 2,500 years, which would, indeed, 
make it the oldest pre-Columbian civilized society in Mesoamerica. 

Emerging from the jungles of Mexico's southernmost Gulf Coast, the 
Olmec influence spread through Central America and manifested 
itself in art, architecture, religious rituals and other areas. There is 
enough evidence from architectural digs to support the idea that 
the Olmec civilization possessed several of the characteristics of 
a civilization: a social structure, a political structure, an economic 
structure, religion and art. 

The Tollan of Aztec mythology was renowned for its sump¬ 
tuous palaces and awe-inspiring buildings made from gold, jade, 
turquoise, and quetzal feathers. The city was also thought to have 
been flooded with wealth generated by the gifted Toltec craftsmen, 
highly skilled in metallurgy and pottery - so much so that their potters were said to have 'taught 
the clay to lie' (Coe, 156) and later Aztec metal-workers and jewelers were even known as tolteca. 
The Toltecs were also credited with mastering nature and producing huge maize crops and natural 
colored cotton of red, yellow, green, and blue. Unsurprisingly, following centuries of looting, no 
artefacts survive to attest this material wealth except indications that the Toltecs did do a major 
trade in obsidian (used for blades and arrow heads) which was mined from nearby Pachuca. 

The Olmec colossal heads are stone 
representations of human heads sculpted 
from large basalt boulders. They range 
in height from 1.17 to 3.4 metres (3.8 to 
11.2 ft) and weigh between 6 and 50 tons! 

The heads are a distinctive feature of 
the Olmec civilization of ancient Meso¬ 
america. All portray mature individuals 
with fleshy cheeks, flat noses, and slightly 
crossed eyes; their physical characteristics 
correspond to a type that is still common 
among the inhabitants of Tabasco and Veracruz. The backs of the monuments often are flat. The 
boulders were brought from the Sierra de Los Tuxtlas mountains of Veracruz. Given that the 
extremely large slabs of stone used in their production were transported over large distances 
over 150 kilometers or 93 miles using horse and buggy? The monuments represent portraits of 
powerful individual Olmec rulers. Each of the known examples has a distinctive headdress. The 
heads were variously arranged in lines or groups at major Olmec centres, but the method and 
logistics used to transport the stone to these sites remain unclear. They all display distinctive 
headgear and one theory is that these were worn as protective helmets, maybe worn for war or 
to take part in a ceremonial Mesoamerican ballgame. 



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The last of the great MesoAmerican cultures were the Aztec, they were a Nahuatl-speaking 
people, who in the 15th and early 16th centuries, ruled a large empire in what is now central and 
southern Mexico. The Aztec are so-called from the word Aztlan ("White Land"), an allusion to 
their place of origin, possibly in northern Mexico. They were also called the "Tenochca" from 
a mythical ancestor "Tenoch" and the "Mexica" probably from Metzliapan ("Moon Lake"), the 
mystical name for Lake Texcoco. From "Tenochca" was derived the name of their great city, 
Tenochtitlan; and from "Mexica" came the name for the city that succeeded the Aztec capital, 
and the surrounding valley. This name was applied later to the whole Mexican nation. 

~ Check out the Tartaria dome in the image to the left. 

The influence of the Toltec civilization in Mexico can be seen as 
far away as the Yucatan, specifically at the sites of Chichen Itza and 
Mayapan. In the former set of ruins, we also see Atlantean figures at 
the Temple of the Warriors, but they are smaller in scale compared to 
the ones found at Tula. Archaeologists have debated for years about 
whether or not the sites identified as Toltec in the faraway Yucatan 
were just copying Tula, were colonies of the city or were conquered 

by it. All can agree and plainly 
see the strong influence coming 
from the Toltecs, including the 
smaller Atlanteans. Whether 
a trading empire, influential 
kingdom city-state or cultural 
movement, the Toltec civiliza¬ 
tion ended with the fall of Tula 

to outside northern invaders sometime in the 12* Century. 
Most of the living quarters around the ceremonial center 
were abandoned by 1150 AD and there is evidence of a 
huge fire sweeping through the city at about this time. 

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Hifh^nEifll wcjIc- 5 gf thg l?t:h Century. 

Mexico's 2nd President and 
First (and only) Black President 
- Vicente Guerrero (10 August 
1782 -14 February 1831). He was 
a major military leader during 
Mexico's war For Independence 
and as president ended slavery 
in his nation on September 15, 
1829 (In office April 1829 - 17 
December 1829). 

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Dressed to the Nines in 1900 

The Tartarians were "natty" dressers and haberdashers. Even outings to the beach included suits 
and hats. Everyone wore hats, even the children, a far cry from the 'sweatsuit' crowd of today. 



Earliest World Map of Flat Earth (1587) 

A n extraordinary 60 sheet 
manuscript world map 
made in 1587 by Urbano 
Monte has been added to the 
David Rumsey Map Collection 
at Stanford University. At 10 foot 
square, this map or planisphere 
is the largest known early map 
of the world. It was hand drawn 
by Monte in Milan, Italy, and 
only one other manuscript copy 
exists. The digitally joined 60 
sheet map image below is the 
first time the map Monte made 
has been seen as one unified 
map - as Monte intended - in the 
430 years since it was created. 

Monte made his map to serve 
not only as a geographical 
tool but also to show climate, 
customs, length of day, distances 
within regions - in other words, 
to create a universal scientific 
planisphere. In his dedication on Tavola XL he specifies how to arrange the sheets of the plani¬ 
sphere and makes it explicit that the whole map was to be stuck on a wooden panel 5 and a half 
brachia square (about ten feet) so that it could be revolved around a central pivot or pin through 
the north pole. This was never done, but now we can do it virtually - Monte's 60 sheet world 
map digitally assembled into a 10-foot planisphere. 

Notice on these maps there is a clear Northwest Passage ocean route right to both American 
coasts. If there were an easy marine route just 500 years ago, doesn't that make the premise that 
the Bering Strait land-bridge as the ONLY way to the Americas sound less plausible? Especially 
when you find out the Tartars were outgoing travelers by nature and possibly inherited some 
Old Empire technology that employed Atmospheric Etheric Energy (AEE) that would enable 
them to set up house wherever they landed. In this incredibly detailed map you will find that 
the Knights Templars were meeting with Tartarains. That there existed Gri ffi ns, Centaurs, Elying 


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Turtles, Unicorns and other exotic animals. If this map is an accurate depiction of Flat Earth in 
1587 that means that these creatures were not mythical at all, but really existed. 

In 1998, the Cloisters —the museum of 
medieval art in upper Manhattan—began 
a renovation of the room where the seven 
tapestries known as "The Hunt of the Unicorn" 
hang. The Unicorn tapestries are considered 
by many to be the most beautiful tapestries 
in existence. They are also among the great 
works of art of any kind. In the tapestries, richly 
dressed noblemen, accompanied by hunters 
and hounds, pursue a unicorn through forested 
landscapes. They find the animal, appear to kill 
it, and bring it back to a castle; in the last and 
most famous panel, "The Unicom in Captivity," 
the unicorn is shown bloody but alive, chained 
to a tree surrounded by a circular fence, in 
a field of flowers. The tapestries are twelve 
feet tall and up to fourteen feet wide (except 
for one, which is in fragments). They were 
woven from threads of dyed wool and silk, some of them gilded or wrapped in silver, around 
1500, probably in Brussels or Liege, for an unknown person or persons, and for an unknown 

reason—possibly to honor a wedding. A monogram 
made from the letters "A" and "E" is woven into 
the scenery in many places; no one knows what it 
stands for. The tapestries' meaning is mysterious: the 
unicorn was a symbol of many things in the Middle 
Ages, including Christianity, immortality, wisdom, 
lovers, marriage. For centuries, the tapestries were 
in the possession of the La Rochefoucauld family 

of France. In 1922, John D. Rockefeller, Jr., bought 
them for just over a million dollars, and in 1937 
he gave them to the Cloisters. Their monetary 
value today is incalculable. 

The Monte maps also include "outer world" 
drawings which dovetail nicely with many 
ancient geocentric TheoCosmologies. 

Chapter 5: Flat Earth Tartarians 85 

The Tartarian maps show hundreds of cities. You can also see that Florida and Cuba are 
named in the maps. 

And once again, we see the 
Knights Templar depicted 
getting directions from the 

Bottom of South America 

With "Land of Giants". 


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You can see images of Unicorns, female headed lions and lizards, flying turtles and Centaurs 
(half human/half man). It is very likely that these creatures existed and the Tartarians possessed 
cloning skills more advanced than today. 



Angola I Azores | Belarus | Belgium | Bermuda 
I Brazil | Canada | Chile | China | Croatia | 
Cuba I Czech Republic | Denmark Egypt | 
Estonia | Finland | France | Germany | Greece 
I Haiti I Honduras | Hungary | India | Iran 
I Italy I Japan | Kazakhstan Kenya | Latvia 
I Lithuania | Malaysia | Malta | Mexico | 
Morocco I Netherlands | Norway | Pakistan | 
Peru I Philippines Poland | Portugal | Puerto 
Rico I Romania | Russia | Serbia | Slovakia | 
South Africa | Spain | Sri Lanka | Suriname 
Sweden | Taiwan | Turkey | United Kingdom 

USA I Uruguay | Venezuela | Vietnam 

Over 319 Starfort's are listed on The first Starforts are said to have been built 
as early as the early 1500's, exactly when the Romanov's were setting about conquering vast 
areas of Tartary. According to historian star forts, or bastion forts, were built, as they maximized 
defensiveness against cannonball impacts and offered better protection and better views of the 
battlefield for those inside the fort. The Tartarians created Star Forts and Star Cities as a vibra¬ 
tional frequency eco-system to provide a sense of joy and harmony amongst the community. 
Th Star Cities are their own self-contained environment. Star Forts are structures that are built 
with sacred geometric patterns that represents the cosmos metaphysically or symbolically; a 
microcosm of the universe. 

In understanding A Star City we need to define the 
elements of what makes up this type of city. 

There are five key elements that lead us to discover 
the Tartaria civilization: 

1. The remains of a large lake 

2. Long channels (Venice, Italy) 

3. Stone Bridges of unusual shape, allowing for large 
vessels to pass. (London Bridge) 

4. Stone Streets (Italy, Spain, Switzerland etc..) 

5. Baths (Turkish, Hungarian etc..) 

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All these features where part of the infrastructure that leveraged water to produce a magnetic 
frequency that was absorbed by the design of the structure and omitted its self-back into the 
environment as breathable air. The frequency and vibration created the energy euphoria of joy 
and Harmony. While most of these are in Europe, there are is also evidence of Shanghai, China 
being originally a Star City. 

Starforts of Energy, Frequency and Vibration 

- Sound is vibration in the ether. 

- Vibrations affect/ disturb/ excite all magnetic fields they can reach, including fields around 
our bodies. 

- Different frequencies of sound/vibrations have different effects on our bodies and minds 
("good vibes" , "bad vibes" ) 

- Cymatics show us the geometrical shapes magnetic fields take when exposed to vibrations. 
In that context, star forts shapes most likely represent the beneficial effects of the area when 
exposed to the right frequency of sount^vibrations. I also think they are a way to create 
an energy environment that is fractal and life enhancing. 

Most Starforts are near, or around water. As Mr. Moto proved with frozen water, different 
frequencies create the same type of Starfort pattern. Again, we see sacred geometry patterns in 
water in the same shape as the Starforts. Coincidence, or were Starforts filled with incredible 
healing abilities to all who lived inside the walls? That Starforts were built for protection against 
invading armies are absurd on its premise. The shape was not ideally defensible since invaders 
could position themselves next to cornered walls and not be seen by those inside. The design 
was not conducive for protection from those inside. 

Here we see the same effects with Dr Emoto's structured water imagery. 

Chapter 6: Energy Star Forts 


Over 91 Starforts in the USA Were Built in the 1850's Alone. so the story goes.. 

The Defenses of 
Washington DC 

Fort Wood Fort Washington Fort FredehcK 

Fort Pickens' Fort Macon 

Fort Pike Fort Zachary Tayior, 

Fort Norfolk 

Fort Adams 

Fort Griswold Fort Montgomery Fort Wifliam Henry Fort Jackson Fort Moultrie 

Fort Clinch 

Pulaski Fort Schuyler Fort King George 

Fort Point 

Fort James Jackson 

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Fort Monroe Fort Ontario ^FortStanwix “Toft TJefl^son Castillo de San Marcos Fort McHenry 

Fort Massac 


Fort Stevens 

Fort Delaware 

Fort Ugonier Fort Knox Fort Warren 

Fort Caroline Fort Niagara 

Fort Tiumbul! 

Fort Union 

Fort Independence 


Fort Crown Point 

Fort Jay 

Fort NegEey 

Fort Ticonderoga 

Fort Morgan 

Chapter 6: Energy Star Forts 


Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Maryland This 
American star fort, built in 1798, built 
following the War of 1812 is most famous 
as the inspiration for the national anthem, 
Francis Scott Key's Star Spangled Banner, 
which he penned after the Battle of Baltimore 
during the War of 1812. 

The eleven pointed star that Fort Pike 
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA the Statue 
of Liberty sits on is called a hendecagram 
it represents the Qliphoth. This literally 
means "Peels", "Shells" or "Husks" of 
the Tree of Knowledge 

Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Maryland 

Fort Stanwix Rome, New York. 

Fort Pike New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. 
Note the Freemason symbol. 

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Starforts Worldwide 

Fort Bourtange, Netherlands 

Palmanova, Italy 

Citadel Hill, Halifax, Canada Rothenberg Fortres Bavaria, Germany 

Chapter 6: Energy Star Forts 93 

Elvas, Portugal 

Kronborg Castle Helsingor, Denmark 


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Fort Brescou, France 

Tilbury Star Fort Essex, 

Chapter 6: Energy Star Forts 


There were tons of different names created to describe these buildings: Ancient Roman, Gothic, 
Renaissance, Baroque, Neoclassical, etc. There is one thing in common between all those build¬ 
ings, and normally it sounds like this, "They do not build like this anymore." And "they" do not. 
Of course, some of our construction companies are capable of building such detailed structures. 
Renovation and restoration orders have to be fulfilled, after all. But cost effectiveness is probably 
the key here. This is a very reasonable, and prone to our understanding explanation. Especially 
when you consider that some of the floor plans included 13-16 foot ceilings, and similar size doors. 
Seeing these old buildings we rarely think about architectural work put into designing them. And 
obviously, there was no Computer-aided design programs back in the day. It was a drawing board, 
a pencil, and an eraser. We do not think about those builders of the old not having any building, and 
construction equipment of today. Granted, at some point, a railroad was introduced, and some of 
those buildings were constructed not far from a body of water. At the same time, quite a few were 
built with no luxury of railroads and ports. Do we wonder who made thousands of windows in 
the 18th (17th, 19th) century, or where mountains of bricks (block shaped stones) came from. Where 
roofing materials came from, or who sculptured those stairwell posts making them 100% identical? 
And the so - called human resources. Below is an example list of the construction related posi¬ 
tions of today. Clearly not all of those positions were required back in the day. At the same time 
this list does not represent all the positions required to build a complex structure. This is just to 
get the point across. 

• Architect * Apprentice * Assistant Project Manager * Building Inspector * Carpenter * Civil Engineer 

* Concrete Laborers 

• Construction Assistant * Construction Coordinator * Construction Engineer, Foreman, Manager 

* Superintendent 

• Supervisor * Construction Workers * Contract Administrator * Contract Manager *Crane Operator 

* Dry Wall Finisher 

• Dry Wall Installer * Estimator * Electrician * Equipment Operator * Field Engineer * Framing 
Carpenter * General Laborer *Inspector *Iron Worker *Joiner * Laborer * Master Electrician *Master 
Plumber * Painter * Pipe Fitter 

• Planner * Plumber * Purchasing Coordinator *Project Manager * Roofer * Safety Manager *Sched- 
uler * 

• Signal Worker * Site Manager * Superintendent * Surveyor * Welder 

In other words, it is impossible to build anything of that magnitude without infrastructure, 
and trained, skilled construction workers of various positions. The Europe clearly had a century, 
or two head start on the rest of the world. But the so-called Colonial Expansion produced such 
ridiculous amounts of these buildings, I struggle to find any conventional explanation. Tens of 
thousands of similar styles buildings popped up all over the world within a very short period of 
time. Very often in places where any thought of an appropriate infrastructure would be ludicrous. 
The Industrial Revolution did not fully kick in until 1830s-1840s, according to Eric Hobsbawm. 
Europe's Colonial Expansion (1820-1939) is being described as follows: European countries began 
exploring and seeking to dominate the rest of the world during the 15th and 16th centuries, 
thanks to their ability to control sea routes and to the discovery of the American continent. In the 
19th century, energized by the industrial revolution and under pressure from a rapidly growing 

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population, Europe launched a new period of colonial expansion, inspired by the discovery of 
new markets, new areas for the settlement of Europe's poor migrants, and the desire to " civilize 
the barbarian nations One additional thing to consider is that the World Population in 1900 was 
78% less than it is today, and I assume not everyone was a construction worker. 



Tiergarten, Germany. Animal Healing Center for the World 

(This excellent analysis provided by Marcia Ramalho at The Blue) 

T he Berlin Zoo gathers the most expres¬ 
sive collection of animal and vegetable 
species from around the world. There are 
1,380 species, 20,200 animals and an Aquarium, 
surrounded by 35 hectares of vegetation. 

The Zoo is within the Tiergarten park, situ¬ 
ated opposite the Reichstag dome and has in its 
center the Victory Column, in granite studded 
with bronze ornaments. Large domes, towers 
and columns are always associated with ether energy production. 

It is likely that Tartaria has designated Berlin Tiergarten to save almost extinct species, 
in a world that slowly came out of total chaos and sudden climate change. Janey Benson's 
observation of the numbered trees in Berlin Tiergarten ark fits into this hypothesis. 
Tiergarten may have been a magnificent Noah's Ark endowed with atmospheric energy, where 
all species were classified to be saved. The building surrounded by eight minarets that Natasha 
saw in the Tiergarten and to which she ascribes the secret of such happiness, continues to secretly 
store atmospheric energy produced by Victory Column, associated with the Reichstag dome. And 
what happens today in the central park of Berlin for the benefit of humans and animals, was 
carried out in the past throughout the world from the beginning of our Real History. 

The carillon history dates back to the first kings of Prussia, Frederick 1 and II, of the Hohen- 
zollern dynasty. Wikipedia claims that the German zoo was "opened" in 1844 but on this date, 

Germany did not exist and much less had central 
government. There was only one confederation 
with 22 small monarchies and 17 other states that 
spoke German. The Tiergarten park and its palace 
belonged to the Tartary civilization. With the 
defeat of Tartary and the creation of Germany, the 
palace was demolished, and the Reichstag was 
erected by the will of the character "Bismarck". 
But then I saw minarets of a mosque and I imagined that this was what you were talking about. 
Is it atmospheric energy? It is in that building that giraffes currently live. If it generated energy, I 
had no way of knowing, but I am a witness of the extraordinary happiness that was there. There 
is something in Berlin that is wonderful, and I want to go back there. I want to breathe that air 


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rUmighti on thif one? Unk^ue fttylE> Loatt. Th« Eleplnant 

Mooic of the Berlin Zoo. 1^79 

This is the surprising testimony of American Janey 
Benson, who may be associated with the legendary 
paradise of the Atlanteans (Titans) and their descen¬ 
dants of the lost Tartar Aryan (Tartary) civilization. 

In this civilization of the past, magical properties of 
atmospheric energy and resonances of the electro¬ 
magnetic field harmonized, healed, prolonged life 
and increased the stature of men and animals. The 
Tiergarten park is located opposite the Reichstag 
dome and has in its center the Victory Column, in 
red granite studded with bronze ornaments. Large 
domes, towers and columns are always associ¬ 
ated with the production of atmospheric energy. 

The top of the coil inside the Reichstag dome and it is protected by mirrors. And 
the tip of the coil is in the hall below the mirrored part. It seems to have been made 
with the purest copper and its shape copies the top of the old power plants of the 
East. This may explain the happiness that reigns in the park and in the whole city. 
Berlin was one of the gigantic star fortress (bastion fort) of Tartary. With its walls and high 
technology, Berlin was part of the world energy grid and the old magic may still be present in 
the air. At the Berlin zoo, visitors and animals are also given the benefit of the magic sound of 
bells. In the park there is a rare carillon installed at 42 meters high which houses 68 hells of 48 
tons and is the fourth in the world in number of bells. Concerts in the park with the historic 
carillon take place every Sunday at 3 p.m., from May to September. The vibration of bronze, 
associated with the ethereal electromagnetic current, has a high harmonizing and healing power. 
Carillion Tower Bells comprimise 68 bells weighing a total of 48 metric tonnes (almost 106,000 lbs.) 
connected to a keyboard spanning 5V2 fully chromatic octaves; the largest bell weighs 7.8 tonnes 
(almost 17,200 lbs.) The carillon history dates back to the first king of Prussia, Frederick 1, of 

the Hohenzollern dynasty. Wikipedia claims that the German zoo was 
inaugurated in 1844 but on this date Germany did not exist and much 
less had a central government. There was only one confederation with 
22 small monarchies and 17 other states that spoke German. The Tier¬ 
garten garden and its palace belonged to a Tartar aristocrat. With the 
defeat and unification of Germany in 1870, the palace was demolished, 
and the Reichstag was erected by Bismarck's will. In 1844 the world was 
recovering from the catastrophe that killed billions of humans, animals, 
and plants between the years 1812 and 1840. It is likely that the tartar 
aristocrat assigned his garden to save almost extinct species in a world 
that was slowly emerging from a "nuclear" winter and total chaos. 
Janey Benson's observation of the numbered trees in Berlin fits into this 

Tiergarten may have been a Noah's Ark endowed with atmospheric energy, where all species 
were classified to be saved. The building surrounded by eight slender spires, which Janey photo¬ 
graphed in the Tiergarten and to which she ascribes the secret of such happiness, continues to 

Chapter 7: Love & Healing Centers 99 

secretly store atmospheric energy produced by the Victory Column, associated with the trans¬ 
parent Reichstag dome. And what happens today in the central park of Berlin for the benefit of 
humans and animals, was carried out throughout the world by the pre-Tartary civilization from 
the beginning of our Real History. 

Cymatic Gardens to Heal the Soul! 

Would certain high or low frequencies help plants and medicinal herbs grow? Are castles 
really the hospitals of the star civilization? Mind, body, soul? 1 think the gardens were not for 
elites, they were for the public originally. Hexagons, octagons, pentagons, polygons, rectangles, 
triangles...a whole lot of sacred geometry going on, folks. 

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The Healing Resonance of Churches Using Cymatics in Sacred Spaces 

There is ample evidence that points to the architects of these cathedrals having knowledge of 
cymatics, and possibly the healing power of sound long before modern scientists did. Choirs, pipe 
organs, and the architecture itself may have literally been healing church attendees for centuries. 
The subtle energy of spaces is not limited to churches either, every natural and man-made struc¬ 
ture emits its own subtle energetic frequency that we are inadvertently influenced by. 

"Cymatics?" you ask. Simply put, the term "cymatics" was coined by Hans Jenny in the 1970's 
as a way of describing how to visualize sound. Up until recently, the only method of "seeing" 
sound was by taking a violin bow and rubbing it along a metal plate that was covered in sand. 
The sand (or salt) moves around on the plate, eventually settling into a shape that's representa¬ 
tive of a resonating frequency. 

Ms. Tanya Harris visited various churches around Europe and recorded the silence of each 
church for seven or so minutes, and then played the recordings back while recording the sound 

again to gain an amplified recording. Once she attained an audible 
sample, she created her own cymatic device and played the sound 
through light and water to observe the patterns created by the frequency 
of each church. The results were nothing less than astonishing. The 
patterns produced resembled the classic stained-glass rose windows 
typically found in cathedrals. The resonant frequency of one church 
even displayed a five-pointed star that was in proportion with the 
golden ratio. 

Scientific research is verifying the cymatics healing power of sonic 
frequencies. Professor Sungchil Ji of Rutgers University conducted 
an experiment that concluded that red blood cells exposed to classical music had a significantly 
improved lifespan, in comparison with blood cells that sat in silence. Because our bodies are made of 
liquid, the beautiful patterns made through the resonance of music and sound create healing patterns 
within us. As evidenced by Tanya Harris' experiments, not all sounds need e ven be audible, simply 
by being near spaces or objects of noble resonance is enough to receive the 
amazing properties of subtle waves that contribute to the body's well-being. 

The power of subtle frequencies is part of the inspiration behind our 
technologies, and many Subtle Energy programs come with audio files 
for maximum efficacy. Have you ever felt healed by music? Let us know 
in the official Subtle Energy Sciences online community. Sound creates 
wave-like patterns around us. We see that in crop circles, stone circles in 
South Africa, in nature, and in art (all the way back to the Egyptians). 

Nature itself. This is a stone tablet which engraves the frozen music of a 
church and reflects its very vibration. The result is really amazing: sound 
excites matter into geometric forms, which coincide with the golden ratio. 


"Today, a young man on acid realized that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow 
vibration—that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively. There is no such 
thing as death, life is only a dream, and we're the imagination of ourselves. Here's Tom with 
the weather." Comedian Bill Hicks 

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Sacred geometry involves sacred universal patterns used 
in the design of everything in our reality, most often seen in 
architecture, art, and nature. The basic belief is that geometry 
and mathematical ratios, harmonics and proportion are also 
found in music, light, cosmology. 

It is the invisible patterns that animate our physical world 
much as spiritual traditions believe that the soul animates 
the body. Shapes, patterns, and visual compositions have the capacity to seduce our eyes while 
captivating our imagination. Whether from masterful works of art or in nature, this enhance¬ 
ment can be so emotionally moving and awe-inspiring that people naturally associate it with 
transcendence, the super-natural, or spiritual. Beneath these patterns are relationships that can 
be measured, numbered, replicated, and defined. This mathematical yet esoteric realm of inquiry 
and observation known as sacred geomehy will enlighten and mystify you while inviting you 
to change the way you look at the world. 

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The Magnificent Opus Healing Pipe Organs 

Chapter 7: Love & Healing Centers 103 

Once upon a time when the temples of free energy architecture were used to rise man, the organs 
were used as a harmony bomb. The songs were tuned and played at sacred healing tone of 528 
Mhz. It was not allowed to change the frequency of the earth using for example 440 Mhz, which 
divided by 12 equals 36.666, this frequency disharmonizes humanity leaving beings agitated, 
angry and sick and that was not allowed. So, at the correct frequency there were regenerating 
concert halls, where people recharged themselves with pleasant music while buildings collected 
the energy of the ether. 



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The USA Canal System 

he Intracoastal Waterway 
is a 3,000-mile (4,800 km) 
inland waterway along the 
Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico coasts 
of the United States, running from 
Boston, Massachusetts, southward 
along the Atlantic Seaboard and 
around the southern tip of Florida, 
then following the Gulf Coast to 
Brownsville, Texas. 

Being a part of the Intracoastal 
Waterway... The Chesapeake & Dela¬ 
ware Canal (C&D Canal) is a 14-mile 
(22.5 km)-long, 450-foot (137.2 m)-wide and 35-foot (10.7 m)-deep ship canal that connects the 
Delaware River with the Chesapeake Bay in the states of Delaware and Maryland. 

• Baltimore to Philadelphia, Maryland to Pennsylvania, United States. Completed 1829. 

• In the midlVth century, Augustine Herman, a mapmaker and Prague native who had served as an 
envoy for the Dutch, observed that two great bodies of water, the Delaware River and Chesapeake 
Bay, were separated only by a n 

narrow strip of land. Herman 
proposed that a waterway be 
built to connect the two. 

• In 1802, following actions by 
the legislatures of Maryland, 

Delaware, and Pennsylvania, 
the Chesapeake & Delaware 
Canal Company was incorpo¬ 
rated, with merchant and banker 
Joseph Tatnall as president. 

More surveys followed, and in 
1804, construction of the canal 
began under Benjamin Latrobe. 

The work included 14 locks to 
connect the Christina River in Delaware with the Elk River at Welch Point, Maryland, but the project 
was halted two years later for lack of funds. 


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The Erie Canal 

The original canal was 363 miles long and was supposedly built between 1817 -1825 (or approx¬ 
imately 8 years). Quick math suggests they completed a mile every 8 days on average. 1 mile of 
finished canal every 8 days (or 192 Hours) on average. The number of trees that had to be cut 
down, the lack of machines, the numerous and massively complicated aqueducts, ~30 locks and 
impossible Niagara escarpment excavation...and an oxen with an Irish work fleet. Organized by 
two judges with no prior civil engineering experience (as there were no civil engineers in the 
country at that time). Dynamite wasn't even invented until 1867. So how did the build the canal? 

The Great Loop is a system of waterways that encompasses the eastern portion of the United 
States and part of Canada. It is made up of both natural and man-made waterways, including the 
Atlantic and Gulf Intracoastal Waterways, the Great Lakes, the Rideau Canal, and the Mississippi 
and Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway. The entire loop is approximately 6,000 miles (9,700 km) 
long. The first recorded instance of someone completing the Great Loop was three boys who did 
it in a sailboat in the 1890s. 

6,000 miles dredged with this equipment and labor??? 

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Great Wall of China 

No one knows why, or how, the Great Wall was built and for what purposes. The Tartarian 
Mongols and Chinese were enemies, yet the Great Wall was easily scalable and penetrable, so 
the argument that it was 

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built for defense does not 
hold up to what we have 
been sold as truth. 

Marco Polo wrote an 
extensive and detailed 
account of Asia in the 
13th and 14th centuries 
and did not even mention 
a wall. The Great Wall is 
not seen on any maps 
pre-dating the late 1600's. 

So most of its construc¬ 
tion occurred in 1700's 
and it was built to keep 
the encroaching Chinese 
out of Tartaria. 

The openings on the 

wall are on the north side towards the former Tartary not on the south China facing side. 

It should be called the Great wall of Tartaria. The "official story" was for defensive 
purposes. The Mongols were the Tartarians. 

The Great Wall of China was built as a line of defense to protect the country from invaders. The 
wall was begun in during the Qin dynasty between 221 and 207 B.C. Work continued during the 
Han dynasty but ceased in A.D. 220, and construction languished for a thousand years. With the 
threat of Genghis Khan, the project resumed in 1115. During the Ming dynasty (1368 to 1644), the 
wall was reinforced with stone and brick. Despite the immense building and intimidating size of 
the wall, it wasn't enough to keep invaders away. The Mongols were able to ride right through 
gaps in the wall, and later, the Manchus overtook the Ming dynasty by riding through the gates 
that traitor Gen. Wu Sangui opened. 

Around the same time as the Great Wall construction during the Han dynasty, Zhan Qian 
opened the Silk Road route to trade with other countries such as India, Persia, Greece and Rome. 
Routes were extended and trade flourished during the remainder of the Han dynasty. Wars with 
the Huns were fought along the Silk Road to gain control and keep the trade route open during 
the Han dynasty. After the Mongo Is gained power in 12 71, the ruler Kublai Khan destroyed most 
of the toll gates and allowed for easier travel. Khan welcomed Marco Polo, the great explorer 
and gave him the right to travel the route whenever he liked. 

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Tartars have, even since Confucian times, ruled 
more and longer than have Chinese over North 
China; the Mongols (1260-1368) were the first Tartars 
to rule over all China, and nominally over all West 
Asia; the Manchus (1643-1908) are the first Tartars 
to rule all China, all Manchuria, and all Mongolia, 
at all effectively; and they have even added parts of 
Turkestan, with Tibet, Nepaul, and other countries 
over which the Peking imperial Mongol influence 
was always very shadowy. A comprehensive archae¬ 
ological survey, using advanced technologies, has 
concluded that the walls built by the Ming dynasty 
measure 8,850 km (5,500 mi). This is made up of 
6,259 km (3,889 mi) sections of actual wall, 359 
km (223 mi) of trenches and 2,232 km (1,387 mi) of natural defensive barriers such as hills and 
rivers. The construction of the Great Wall the construction materials encompass everything from 
rammed earth to worked stone via brick, mud brick, rough stone. 

The History of the Conquest of 

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Great Wall of Ghma China by the Tartars by Juan de Palafo 

y Mendoza wrote in 1659 what he 
found in Jefferson Library in Monti- 
cello regarding Tartary. The history of 
the conquest of China by the Tartars 
together with an account of several 
remarkable things concerning the reli¬ 
gion, manners, and customs of both 
nations, but especially the latter/first 
written in Spanish by Senor Palafox. 

Chapters 25-32 discuss their spiritualism, military strategies, clothing, affinity for the sciences, 
and political structure. To give a very brief synopsis of those chapters, they had no organized 
religion but believed in a single source or Creator. They did 
not care for churches or polytheistic deities of Europe. They 
did have a priest class, but they were not highly regarded. 

They preferred to live in tents during military conquests rather 
than settle in towns, but they did build Pagods (pagodas?) 
for religious purposes. Tartars were not big on scholarship 
or learning (unlike the Chinese they conquered), but still 
encouraged the Chinese to continue their own sciences. They 
had red or black hair but tended to shave their heads while 
maintaining bushy beards. Their women were free to walk 
or ride on horseback even at night unescorted and were even 
allowed into military roles. Tartars were all expert horsemen 
and appeared to treat their horses in much the same way we 

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would treat a family pet as part of the family. Notably, the author says they were afraid of the 
sea/water likely because they grew up in the steppes, but that those who did decide to learn 
seafaring picked it up extremely quickly and were naturally gifted at it. I'm not sure what that 
might mean for a global Tartarian Empire, but it would suggest that they had little experience in 
seafaring prior to their conquest of China as the author suggests that's when they first discovered 
naval navigation. The author briefly mentions rumors that the Tartars were vicious warriors to 
the point of cannibalism, but he seemed to dismiss it as the Tartars did not seem the type to be 
savages, just very warlike and brutal in combat. In Chapter 14 he mentions that Tartary prepared 
to fight China In a naval battle, but "were not yet masters of the Sea". Could this be hinting that 
they soon would become "masters of the Sea"? 

The Inner City Walls of Bejing, China 

Now these walls were defensible and clearly show that 
Bejing was trying to keep the Tartarians out of the city. 

At the time that the map 
was drawn, the Republic of 
China had been founded and 
the Qing Dynasty had ended. 

The cartographer indicated 
the Qing Dynasty names for 
the sections of the city. The 
upper brown section was called 
the Tartar City because only 
the Manchus, the rulers of China 
during the Qing Dynasty. The 
lower part of the brown section 
was known as the Outer City. 

Chinese were allowed to live there and build their business, most 
of which were necessary to the running of the imperial households. 
The wall stood for nearly 530 years, but in 1965, was removed to allow for construction of the 
2nd Ring Road and Line 2 of the Beijing Subway. 

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Excerpt from A. Fomenko's "History, Science of Fiction?" 


Today it is thought that construction started on the Great Wall of China in the III century 
B.C. for the purpose of defence against the Northern nomads [5vl]. We would like to suggest 
the following idea. The Great Wall of China was most likely built as a construction defining the 
BORDER BETWEEN TWO COUNTRIES: China and Russia. It could have certainly been intended 
as a military fortification, but it is hardly true that the wall was used in that particular capacity. 
It is pointless to defend a 4000 kilometres wall [5vl], ch.6 from the attack of an enemy. Even if 
it stretches over 'just' one or two thousand kilometres. The wall in its present form falls short of 
four thousand kilometres. 

The wall was built first of all to MARK THE BORDER BETWEEN TWO COUNTRIES, notably 
when they came to an agreement about the border. Presumably, to eliminate any boundary disputes 
in the future. And such disputes most likely did occur. The Northern border of China follows 
approximately the 40th parallel. THE WALL OF CHINA PRECISELY FOLLOWS THIS BORDER. 
Moreover, on the map the Wall is marked with a thick line and signed Muraille de la Chine, i.e. 
the 'tall wall of China' - translated from French. It all means that the Great Wall of China was 
built in XVI-XVII cc. as the political boundary between China and Russia = 'Mongol Tartary'. 
Some may object: on the contrary, the border between Russia and China in the XVII century was 
drawn along the ancient Wall. However, in this case the Wall should have been referred to in the 
written Russian-Chinese agreement. We haven't found such references. 

So when was the Wall=Border constructed? It appears as precisely in the XVII century. It is 
for a reason considered that its construction 'completed' only in 1620 [544], v.6, p.l21. And it 
might be even later [5v]. Did the Wall exist earlier than the XVII century? Most likely not. The 
historians tell us that China was conquered by the 'Mongols' in 1279. It became a part of the 
Great Empire. According to the New Chronology this took place in the XIV century [4vl], ch.2. 
In the Scaligerian chronology of China this event was marked in the XIV century as the MING 
dynasty ascending to power in 1368, i.e. the very same MONGOLS. 

As we understand it now in the XIV-XVI cc. RUSSIA AND CHINA STILL COMPRISED ONE 
EMPIRE. Therefore there was no need to erect a Wall = Border. Such necessity emerged after the 
Time of Troubles in Russia, the defeat of the Russian Horde dynasty and the seizure of power by 
the Romanovs. They have changed the political course of Russia, subjecting the country to the 
western influence. Such orientation of the new dynasty led to the break of the Empire. Turkey 
broke off, the severe wars began with Turkey. In fact, control over a substantial part of America 
was lost. In the very end even Alaska was lost, the last Hordian splinter in America. 

China became independent. The relations between China and the Romanovs became tense 
and the border conflicts began. It was necessary to erect the Wall, which was carried out, most 
likely during the boundary disputes of the XVII century. The military conflicts flared up since the 
middle of the XVII century. The wars proceeded with variable success [5vl], ch.6. The descriptions 
of the wars survive in Khabarov's letters. The beginning of the certain history of China (on its 
present day territory) falls only in the epoch of the Manchurian dynasty coming to power. I.e. the 
Mongol dynasty originated from Russia. The dynasty was either Russian of Tatar. As late as in the 
XVIII century it was common to write MANZHOURY [5vl], ch.6, and not the 'Manchu' of today. 
I.e. MANGURY or MANGULY, as in China the sounds 'L' and 'R' are often indistinguishable. 

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Thus the very name of MANZHOURY points to their origin. They were the 'MONGOLS' = the 
magnificent. Incidentally, this border - the XVII century separating the epoch of the Manzhourian 
domination in China from the 'purely Chinese' period preceding it - coincides with the dating 
of the most ancient Chinese manuscripts which survive until the present day. To remind you, 
they date to not earlier than the XVII century [544], v.6, p.ll9. 

The Manzhourian = 'Mongolian' rulers of China are known to consider themselves the succes¬ 
sors of the vast Empire, which according to them spanned the entire world. If their kingdom 
was the splinter of the Golden Horde, then such a perception is understandable. But from the 
Scaligerian point of view, that before conquering China, the Manchu was a savage peoples who 
lived somewhere near the Northern Chinese border, the absurd pomposity of the Manchu sover¬ 
eigns becomes not just strange, but without parallel in world history either. 

The Grand Canal of China 

The Grand Canal of China is not only the world's oldest 
canal, it is far longer than either Suez or Panama. At 1,795 
kilometers (or 1,114 miles) it has 24 locks and 60 bridges, and 
claim to the title of longest canal. Supposedly completed to 
Beijing by 1633, China's Grand Canal is over 1,100 miles 
long and has an elevation difference of 138 feet. The Grand 
Canal is said to have transformed China from a region with 
separate languages and customs into a nation. A shared 
central passage facilitated government, communications, 
even China's first standardized language and script. 


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Precision Cut Massive Stones Worldwide by Whom, With What Tools? 

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Deep In the Ground Cathedrals and Water Works 

The story goes that the ancients carved out these water storages holding facilities using hand 
tools! Does this make sense to anyone with any common sense? More likely they were water 
reservoirs for harvesting energy and storing power. 


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Chapter 9: Impossible Engineering 133 

Underground Travel Through Pneumatic Tubes 

This is a 1928 cut out view of London's Picca¬ 
dilly tube station. This is an amazing feat with just 
making the tunnels using the technology we are 
told was available during that time frame. Even 
the buildings above ground level are impressive 
on their own. I am a firm believer that the farther 
you go back in time the structures built are of 
way higher quality than being built (or allowed 
to be built) today. Bridges, buildings, waterways/ 
manmade lakes all of these are simply amazing in 
the quality and the aesthetics of being beautiful 
in appearance. Even the Panama Canal is just 
mind-boggling to look at and think about how 
it was built back then. I know Tm preaching to 
the choir when I say this but the powers that 
be, are literally dumbing the masses down with 
not just education but with our surroundings/ 
environment as well. 

The passengers had to descend a little more to 
reach the platform and contemplate the entrance 
to the tunnel, which was whitewashed and flanked by two twin statues of Mercury, symbolizing 
the speed of the wind. Above the entrance one could read "Pneumatic (1870) Transit, beyond 
which the tubular wagon awaited, which was equipped with comfortable seats and oxygen 
lamps. When the passengers sat down and the door closed, a gust of air pushed the car into the 
tunnel and accelerated it until it reached Murray Street, according to one witness, "like the wind 
with a sailing boat"." 

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Washington D.C/s Underground Tunnel Systems ~ The Mole Way 

(This is from an alledged April Fool's day spoof in the Washington Times, yet is likely more 
truth than fiction). 

In 1865, tunnels were built to ventilate the Capitol Build¬ 
ing's sub-basement offices, and in 1896, tunnels were built to 
connect the Capitol to the new Library of Congress building, 
which opened a year later. The first 13 stations included stops 
near the Capitol, the White House, each of the city's markets 
and an adults-only nude beach near the Tidal Basin. By 1873, 

74 more stations had opened,/or a total of 87, one more than 
the current Metro system. There was a stop at what was then 
called Tyson's Farm in Fairfax County and another at a hot-air 
balloon depot near Sterling. Train carriages were propelled 
by compressed air. 

The escalator wasn't invented until the 1890s. Instead, 
the Mole Way used spiral staircases that rotated like drill bits to carry passengers from street to 
platform and vice versa. The "spinners," as they were called, were plagued with glitches. 





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Quinta Da Regaleira, Portugual ~ Drilling Deep Down Through Bedrock 

The Quinta de Regaleira estate, which is some¬ 
times referred to as "The Palace of Monteiro the 
Millionaire" after its latest owner, consists of a 
palace and chapel with exquisite decor including 
frescoes, stained glass windows, and lavish stuc¬ 
coes. The estate grounds feature lakes, grottoes, 
wells, benches, fountains, and an extensive and 
enigmatic system of tunnels that connect to two 
spiraling wells. The pair of wells, known as the 
'Initiation Wells' or 'Inverted Towers', consist 
of 'winding stair' architecture, which carries 
symbolic meaning including the death/ rebirth 
allegory common to many hermetic traditions. 

At the bottom of the well there is a compass over a Knights Templar cross, 
which is said to have been Monteiro's herald and a sign of his Rosicrucianism. 
Very little is known about how the wells 
were used and what exactly went on there, 
though it is clear to see that great effort went 
into their planning and construction. One 
of the wells contains nine platforms, which 
are said to be "reminiscent of the Divine 
Comedy by Dante and the nine circles of Hell, 
the nine sections of Purgatory and the nine 
skies which constitute Paradise." A smaller 
well, called the "Unfinished Well," contains 
a set of straight staircases, connecting the ring-shaped floors to one 
another. It is believed that the spacing of the landings, as well as the 
number of steps in between were dictated by Masonic principles. 

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How Did They Build These Castles, Cathedrals and Shrines? 

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Great Tartary Libraries 

Established in 1602 as Oxford University's library, 
Bodleian is one of the oldest libraries in Europe. The 
library houses more than 11 million items, including 
many of historical importance: four copies of the Magna 
Carta, a Gutenberg Bible, and Shakespeare's Eirst Eolio 
(from 1623), just to name a few. 

The Vatican Library, under the ecclesiastical jurisdic¬ 
tion of the Catholic Church in Rome, is one of the oldest 
libraries in the world. Though it was formally established 
in 1475, its existence in early forms dates back to the origins 
of the Catholic Church. The Vatican Library currently 
holds mor than 1.1 million books, 75,000 manuscripts, 
and over 8,500 incunabula. 



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The Origins of "TRANSFERRED" Electricity with the Aether 

O r The story goes... 

Thomas Alva Edison was an American inventor and businessman who has been 
described as America's greatest inventor. He developed many devices in fields such as 
electric power generation, mass communication, sound recording, and motion pictures. These 
inventions, which include the phonograph, the motion picture camera, and early versions of 
the electric light bulb, have had a widespread impact on the modern industrialized world. On 
December 17, 1880, he founded the Edison Illuminating Company, and during the 1880s, he 
patented a system for electricity distribution. The company established the first investor-owned 
electric utility in 1882 on Pearl Street Station, New York City. On September 4, 1882, Edison 
switched on his Pearl Street generating station's electrical power distribution system, which 
provided 110 volts direct current (DC) to 59 customers in lower Manhattan. 

In January 1882, Edison switched on the first steam-generating power station at Holborn 
Viaduct in London. The DC supply system provided electricity supplies to streetlamps and several 
private dwellings within a short distance of the station. On January 19, 1883, the first standardized 
incandescent electric lighting system employing overhead wires began service in Roselle, New 
Jersey. Edison's DC empire suffered from one of its chief drawbacks: it was suitable only for the 
high density of customers found in large cities. Edison's DC plants could not deliver electricity 
to customers more than one mile from the plant and left a patchwork of unsupplied customers 
between plants. Small cities and rural areas could not afford an Edison style system at all, leaving 
a large part of the market without electrical service. AC companies expanded into this gap. 

Nikola Tesla 

Nikola Tesla was a brilliant visionary, physicist, inventor and electrical engineer of the late 
19th and early 20th centuries. He is most famous for having invented the alternating current 
(AC) electrical system. The AC system, also known as the "Polyphase AC System," includes 
alternating current, AC generators, motors and a power transmission system. They comprise 
a complete system of generators, transformers, transmission lines, motors and lighting, upon 
which the modern world is built. 

Among Tesla's 325 world patents, plus physics theories, are some of the fundamental tech¬ 
nologies and ideas of the 20th century, and seeds for the future achievements of the human race. 
Wireless transmission of energy became Tesla's lifelong obsession when, in 1890, he discovered 
he could light a vacuum tube through the air at a distance. He wrote in Century Magazine in 
1900: "...communication without wires to any point of the globe is practicable. My experiments 


142 The One World Tartarians 

showed that the air at the ordinary pressure became distinctly conducting, and this opened up 
the wonderful prospect of transmitting large amounts of electrical energy for industrial purposes 
to great distances without wires ... its practical consummation would mean that energy would 
be available for the uses of man at any point of the globe. 1 can conceive of no technical advance 
which would tend to unite the various elements of humanity more effectively than this one, or 
of one which would more add to and more economize human energy." Tesla's inventions and 
discoveries led to the latest in laser and particle-beam weaponry. 

Wardenclyffe, New Jersey The Tesla Tower 

It was 186 feet tall and had a shaft 120 feet deep, with 
iron pipes being driven 300 feet underground, in order 
to extract the earth's energy; to "have a grip on the earth so 
the whole of this globe can quiver," in Tesla's words. Besides 
transmitting radio waves across the earth, Wardenclyffe 
Tower also would be able to provide free and unlim¬ 
ited electricity to the world. While free-energy would 
benefit mankind as a whole, those in control saw no 
benefit: 'How can you control people if you cannot control 
the energy supply?' 

The Tesla design not only harvested energy from the sky but also 
ground energy that transmits UltraLow Frequencies (ULF). Energy 
is transferred underground as well, and this is a BIG SECRET the 
powers that be do not wish to be known. This is Telluric Trans¬ 
mission system that utilize the natural currents within the Earth to 
magnify electricity and is easily transferred underground. 

The images below right are photographs 1 took back in Fall 2019 
after the California Paradise Attacks. Trees were scarred from below 
the surface up to the roots and no higher. Clearly, ULF's were used 
and is old Tartary knowledge and know how. 

In 2018, A Tesla tower was installed without fanfare that can generate 
most energy for the entire United States. Is a Dark Winter in our head¬ 
lights were only below ground energy is available? 

"Elec^nc power is everywhere 
present in unlirnited quantities 
and can drive the world's 
machinery without the need 
of 035^ ^ sny other 

of the common fueis." 

I - Nikola Tesla 

Chapter 11: Peace on Earth ~ Free Energy Everywhere 143 

Wireless Technology & Weather Modification in the 19“* Century 

And the story goes... 

In 1901, Guglielmo Marconi began working on a way to transmit 
radio signals across the Atlantic Ocean. He built powerful stations 
in Poldhu, Cornwall, England and South Wellfleet, Cape Cod, 

Mass. He later moved his North American station to Signal H ill, 

St. John's, Newfoundland, located much closer to England, when 
he estimated that the signals could not reach Cape Cod. Many 
scientists believed that radio signals could not be transmitted such 
a long distance. The prevailing theory was that a signal could not 
travel along the curvatures of the Earth for more than a few hundred 
miles; instead, the signal would continue into space. At Signal H ill, 

Marconi and his assistant Ceorge Kemp held a telephone receiver 
and a wire antenna in the air with a kite. On Dec. 10, the Poldhu 
sent a message, but Marconi could not receive it. Two days later, 
using the fourth kite of the experiment, Marconi and Kemp at last 
heard a signal on Dec. 15,1901. By 1915, wireless transmitting cell 
towers were being installed across the United States. 

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Harvesting Lightning 

Lightning is a giant spark of electricity in the atmosphere 
between clouds, the air, or the ground. In the early stages of devel¬ 
opment, air acts as an insulator between the positive and negative 
charges in the cloud and between the cloud and the ground. 

When the opposite charges build up enough, this insulating 
capacity of the air brakes down and there is a rapid discharge 
of electricity that we know as lightning. The flash of lightning 
temporarily equalizes the charged regions in the atmosphere 
until the opposite charges build up again. A channel of negatively 
charged ions surge toward the ground in very distinct steps. 

This is called a stepped leader. 

* As the stepped leader (and its various branches) move 
toward the ground, it attracts streamers of positive charge. 

* The electrical potential of the stepped leader connects to 
the ground, tree, building, or whatever is available in the pathway. The negative charge 
starts to flow down the pathway. 

* A return stroke explodes "up" the pathway or channel, and this is what we actually see 
as the lightning stroke. It happens so fast that you may not easily discern the direction of 

* If there is enough charge left in the cloud, subsequent dart leaders can use the same pathway 
created by the initial stepped leader. The return strokes associated with dart leaders are 
why lightning seems to flicker. 

From Wikipedia under "Harvesting Lightning" 

"To facilitate the harvesting of lightning, a laser-induced plasma channel (LIPC) could theo¬ 
retically be used to allow lightning to strike in a predictable location. A high-power laser could be 
used to form an ionized column of gas, which would act as an atmospheric conduit for electrical 
discharges of lightning, which would direct the lightning to a ground station for harvesting. 

TeramobUe (T-Mobile), an international project initiated jointly by a French-German collaboration 
of CNRS (France) and DFG (Germany), has managed to trigger electric activity in thunderclouds 
by ultrashort lasers. A large amount of power is necessary, 5 terawatts, over the short pulse 
duration. For the moment, the application of laser-channeled lightning is to use energy to divert 
the lightning and prevent damage instead of harvesting the lightning energy. 

According to Martin A. Uman, co-director of the Lightning Research Laboratory at the 
University of Florida and a leading authority on lightning, a single lightning strike, while fast 
and bright, contains very little energy, and dozens of lightning towers like those used in the 
system tested by AEHI would be needed to operate five 100-watt light bulbs for the course of a 
year. When interviewed by The New York Times, he stated that the energy in a thunderstorm 
is comparable to that of an atomic bomb, but trying to harvest the energy of lightning from the 
ground is "hopeless". Another major challenge when attempting to harvest energy from light¬ 
ning is the impossibility of predicting when and where thunderstorms will occur. Even during 
a storm, it is very difficult to tell where exactly lightning will strike". 

Chapter 11: Peace on Earth ~ Free Energy Everywhere 145 

The Lightning Antennas were set to 
ATTRACT energy not deflect it and are 5G 
Towers also energy collectors? Remember that 
Free Energy was developed by the Tartarians 
and Nikola Tesla furthered the understand 
over 100 years ago, yet we are not "allowed" 
these abundant free energy devices to this 
day. Imagine a world where free energy was 
abundant and available to everyone! Where 
you could travel freely anywhere, at any time by boat, car or air. This was the world of the Tartar¬ 
ians because they had harnessed the Secrets of the Universe of Frequency, Energy and Vibration. 

If you want to find the secrets of the 
universe, think In terms of erer^, 
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The One World Tartarians 

It is hsdnating that just above the 
surface of the ground to about 2 to 4 
feet up there is a null of atmospheric 
frequencies that get stronger and stronger 
until at 9 to 15 feet above the surface 

they are exiremeiy strong ...' 

PfofeHOr Pfiillip Ctillohon, 

Chapter 11: Peace on Earth ~ Free Energy Everywhere 147 

Harvesting Magnetricity Through Copper Domes 

1. A magnetic field pulls and pushes electrons in certain objects closer to them, making them 

2. Metals like copper have electrons that are easily moved from their orbits. 

3. If you move a magnet quickly through a coil of copper wire, the electrons will move - this 
produces electricity. 

"Coils" can still be seen at the top of the power supply centers 
in India. Manufactured History and Invented Religions call these 
energy factories as "temples". The Prambanan temple complex 
in Indonesia had originally 240 estagoes de energia in a concen¬ 
tric mandala layout. The star fortress in Haiti, Taj Mahal, Hagia 
Sofia, Pantheon, Crystal Palace or Tower of Jewels were produc¬ 
tion plants and distribution of atmospheric energy, as well as 
thousands of cathedrals, temples and palaces around the world. 

In the United States, Woolsey Hall, which now belongs to Yale 
University, seems to have been a former power plant. It houses 
one of the most famous symphonic organs in the world. The 
organ sound, associated with the resonance of electromagnetic 
energy inside power plants, could bring about physical and spir¬ 
itual transformations. But this is the past. Today the atmospheric 
energy is extracted by skyscrapers like the Petronas, Taipei, Burj Khalifa, by towers installed on 
top of hills (Kabul, Rio de Janeiro, California), in the roofs of buildings or through "Radio and 
TV broadcast towers" such as Ostankino Tower, Oriental Pearl, Jin Mao, Shanghai or Tianjin. 
And this energy is no longer free or clean, besides being expensive. 

Skyscrapers are modern powerhouses. When plans to erect the Empire State Building in 1929 
began to be drawn, the goal was to capture enough energy to illuminate Lake Ontario, Vermont, 
Buffalo, Albany, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and Cormecticut. This objective is registered on 
the aluminum plate in the hall of the building. In the Chrysler building, Wikipedia expressly 
points out to 16 points on the 24th floor, which it calls "pineapples", where the mercury would be 
stored. Buildings around the world continue to produce their own energy and even Las Vegas has 
a dome over the Bellagio building, which produces energy for 4,000 apartments and a fountain 
with dancing waters, synchronized with lights and music. 

Central power stations and towers are built in granite and geo-polymeric concrete because they 
become more resilient over time and have the superconducting quartz crystal in its composition. 
Electromagnetism produces gigantic invisible "waves" of energy. Transmitting towers receive and 
emit the electric field to considerable distances. To transmit wireless electricity as in the remote past, 
to more and more extensive regions and with more users, the towers are getting higher. Towers like 
these can extract atmospheric energy to feed entire countries. It is possible that one of the reasons 
for the WTC's demolition in 9/11 was the need to expand energy extraction technology. Everyone 
remembers the huge antenna needle on top of one of the towers being sprayed into the air. 

The towers of the WTC were obsolete and so they fell to the ground. The demolition dust 
caused 70,000 cases of cancer. Insurers paid $ 4.55 billion for the old towers' pulverization. The 
new antenna looks much more powerful. 

148 The One World Tartarians 

Throughout the world the technology of energy extraction through the atmosphere still works 
perfectly in castles, buildings, palaces, greenhouses, kiosks, fountains, mosques, fortresses, towers 
and cathedrals that kept the old technological apparatus intact. This apparatus includes elaborate 
roof grids and small window-like openings, metal ornaments 
in the four corners of buildings, pointed antermae with balls, 
metals embedded in masonry in geopolymeric concrete, 
spires, roofs and copper ornaments and structural founda¬ 
tions in iron, among others. Just like in today's skyscrapers. 

Since the beginning of civilization, world architecture is 
dedicated to extracting energy from the ether. The bastion 
forts (star fortress) destroyed by the "Twelve Olympians" 
were the first power plants. The world architecture for 
extraction of atmospheric energy through domes and towers 
is a product of the Aryan Tartar civilization. This architecture 
undergoes slight changes and influences according to the 
local culture but maintains the basic principles. 

Counterfeit History has transformed powerful Tartary 
energy stations into "tombs" or temples. And royal palaces 
in mosques. Or destroyed them. After British set fire to 
Washington in 1812 and bankers took over the United States 
from 1913, the old Tatar power station near Central Park was 
turned into a mosque and baptized in Hebrew - the language 
created in the 19th century - as "God is with us ". And 
pyramid-shaped power stations were called mausoleums 
and "tombs" or hidden with vegetation like the dozens of 
Chinese pyramids. Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas 
had the same architecture for the extraction of atmospheric energy. 

Ottoman, Byzantine, Great Tartary or Ross Empire. Many names for a single high civilization 
that is present both in the throne hall of the Grand Kremlin Palace of Moscow as in the Library 
of Congress in Washington. Rare photographs show that in 1940 the atmospheric energy still 
worked openly in some places. Power plants have in their interior metal spheres where the 
"toroidal coil" works. Perhaps the mass dumper of the Taipei tower has this function. Modern 
towers are already built with the domes themselves and they are positioned below the pole that 
rises to the contact with the ether. A lookout can distract visitors' attention on the tower's true 
architectural significance. Not by chance, this metal sphere represents the favorite geometric 
object of Tesla, reports Wikipedia. 

It is displayed in a museum in Belgrade with the ashes of the pseudo-inventor. The dark 
eminences that created the Tesla myth, like many others, have a great sense of humor. And they 
appreciate leaving evidence of their frauds in the most unforeseen places. The technology of 
electromagnetic energy extraction is the same to 7000 years as witnessed by the Gothic towers, 
11th century Hindu and Chinese pagodas, the African clay mosque or the pirmacle studded with 
metal staples of the old "cathedral" of Salamanca of the 12th century, whose design is perfectly 
reproduced in the contemporary Jin Mao Tower in Shanghai. 

Chapter 11: Peace on Earth ~ Free Energy Everywhere 149 

150 The One World Tartarians 

Copper Extracting and Processing Was Not Easy, Even Today 

To remove the ore, boring machinery is 
used to drill holes into the hard rock, and 
explosives are inserted into the drill holes to 
blast and break the rock. The resulting boul¬ 
ders are then ready for hauling; specialized 
haul trucks, conveyors, trains, and shuttle 
cars can all be used to haul the ore from the 
blasting site to the processing site. The size of 
the equipment needed to haul the tons and 
tons of ore is gigantic. Most ores are then sent 
through a primary crusher, which is typically 
located very close to or sometimes in the pit. 

This primary crusher reduces the size of the ore from boulder to golf ball-sized rocks. Oxide 
ores are generally processed using hydrometallurgy. This process uses aqueous (water-based) 
solutions to extract and purify copper from copper oxide ores at ordinary temperatures, usually 
in three steps: heap leaching, solvent extraction, and electrowinning. 

Michigan, California and Wales Orme Copper Mines ~ 

The Massiave Copper Mines 

This 3,500-year-old copper mine lies beneath a hillside in 
Great Orme, Wales. The mine, deemed the largest prehistoric 
copper mine in the world, is estimated to have produced 
enough copper to make nearly 2,000 tons of bronze. One 
archaeologist dubbed it "the Stonehenge of copper mining" 
because of its historical grandeur. The fusion of copper with 
tin created the bronze that allowed Europe to enter into the 
modernity that had existed for a long time in Eurasia. This 
is also the origins of the country Brit-Tin! 

The ancient maze of passageways was discovered in 1987 during a landscaping scheme. Over 
five miles of tunnels, passageways, and caverns wind throughout nine dijferent subterranean levels. 
At its deepest, the mine stretches down to about 230 feet below ground. Some of the tunnels are 
so narrow it's believed they were carved by children no more than five years old. There were over 
30,000 animal bones found scattered throughout the maze of passageways. Bronze age workers 
created the mine by using stone hammers and tools made from animal hones. However, some of the 
animal remains discovered inside may have been put there as part of some sort of ritual. There 
were also hundreds of Bronze Age artifacts, such as tools and even human fingerprints. The 
massive mines were abandoned sometime around 600 BC until the Romans reopened them for 
a brief stint centuries later. They opened again the late 17th century, but again, the mine became 
abandoned shortly after. Now, people can once again enter the mines and embark upon a self- 
guided tour of the narrow, dark tunnels. 

The high civilization Tartar Aryan extracted electromagnetic energy from the ether through star 
fortress complexes with power stations, domes, towers, minarets, bridges and obelisks and used the 

Chapter 11: Peace on Earth ~ Free Energy Everywhere 151 

very high thermal and electrical conductivity of copper. The Tartarian people mined Keweenaw copper 
at Michigan, US, to provide raw material for domes and coils throughout the world. Its fusion with 
tin created the bronze that allowed primitive Europe to enter into the modernity that had existed for a 
long time in territories of Tartaria. Yes, the US Native Tartars extracted copper and shipped it to Europe. 
Copper has been mined since the beginning of human history. Finish-Venetian people 
("Phoenicians") mined copper in New World (America) and Cornwall. Copper ingots used 
in the Middle East and Europe complex were mined and molted in facilities in the Amer¬ 
icas. According to American Indian oral tradition, copper was mined by "red haired 
white-skinned 'marine men' who came from across the sea". And mines of Almaden in 
Spain, Huancavelica in Peru and New Almaden in California, provided the mercury. 
Wikipedia: "The earliest substantiated and dated evidence of metalworking in the Americas was 
the processing of copper in Wisconsin, near Lake Michigan. Copper was hammered until brittle 
then heated so it could be worked some more. Ancient civilizations knew of seven metals: Iron, 
Tin, Lead, Copper, Mercury, Silver and Gold. And iron foundries were the backbone of the world 
industry until they disappeared in the Great Catastrophe. 

Everything already existed and in a much more 
advanced way. From 7,000 years ago to the 1900s 
people mined copper at Copper Harbor Michigan to 
provide raw material for domes and coils throughout the 
world. There were also extensive copper mines located 
in California, including a large mine now buried 
under Shasta Lake and still to this day a city named 
Copper city in Glenn County, California. Kennett 
Copper Mine was an important copper mining town 
in northern California, United States until it was 
flooded by Shasta Lake while Shasta Dam was being constructed. Kennett is submerged under 
approximately 400 ft. of water (depending on the lake level). It was the largest, most important 
mining town in the area outside of Redding and Shasta. The copper deposits which have been 
actively mined and smelted since 1895 are found in a number of districts in Shasta County, 
California; among the more prominent mines are the Iron Mountain, Bully Hill, Mammoth, and 
Balaklala. The production of copper in 1917 was 26,700,000 pounds. 

Copperopolis, California 1860 to the end of World War II, Copperopolis has been directly 
related to and affected by the extraction and production of copper ore. In the early years ore was 
transported in bags of burlap and jute to Stockton by pack animals, and from there shipped by 
riverboat to San Francisco where it was reloaded and sent by sailing ship around Cape Horn to 
Atlantic ports and Swansea, Wales, to be smelted and refined. After the completion of Reed's 
Turnpike, however, teamsters hauled the ore, which amounted to more than a million and a half 
pounds in a six-day period in 1865. By the early 1900s ore was transported by the steam engines 
of the Mountain Traction Company over a separate traction road to the railhead at Milton for 
transshipment to Stockton, California. By 1861 there were over 28 business establishments in 
town, a number that grew to over 90 advertised in the Copperopolis Courier in the period from 
1865-1867. The center of town was destroyed in a conflagration in 1867, and, with the cessations 
of the Civil War and the need for copper for shell casings, was never completely rebuilt. 

152 The One World Tartarians 

Skyscrapers Are Energy Harvesters 

But this is the past. Today the atmospheric 
energy is extracted by skyscrapers like the 
Petronas, Taipei, Burj Khalifa, by towers on 
top of hills, roofs of buildings or through Radio 
and TV broadcast towers" such as Ostankino 
Tower, Oriental Pearl, Jin Mao, Shanghai or 
Tianjin. And this energy is no longer free or 
clean, besides being expensive. Skyscrapers are 
modern power plants and work in conjunction 
with metal structures of bridges whose iron is 
in contact with water and has spheres that may 
contain minicoils and mercury in the upper part. 

The Empire State and the Manhattan Bridge 
were built by the Tartarians long before 1900. Just like the Tour Eiffel. By 1953, at least, the Invading 

Romanov's had built nothing in cities around the world. Just destroyed. 
All buildings erected until the 1950's belong to the 
Tartary civilization. It was only from the 1960's that 
poor and ugly buildings-crates of the new civiliza¬ 
tion would begin to be erected. Photographs that 
purport to show the construction of the Empire State 
Building are false and are nothing more than photo¬ 
montages overlapping high quality glass negatives 
with photos of some wood boards and false workers 
in the foreground. Skyscrapers are modern power¬ 
houses. When Tartarian plans to erect the Empire State Building began to be 
drawn, the goal was to capture enough energy to illuminate Lake Ontario, 

Vermont, Buffalo, Albany, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and Connecticut. 

This objective is registered on the aluminum plate in the hall of the building 
built by the Tartary civilization. Buildings built by Tartaria around the 
world continue to draw atmospheric energy to the invaders until today. 

Chapter 11: Peace on Earth ~ Free Energy Everywhere 153 

Tower spires all over the world provided connectivity to the Aether for free Wifi energy 
access.. ..maybe these still do. 

154 The One World Tartarians 

Free Energy Wireless Poles and Lamps...."Look Ma, No Wires...." Telephones were wired but 
Energy was Wifi (left side of street) 

Chapter 11: Peace on Earth ~ Free Energy Everywhere 155 

The Round Druid Energy Towers of Ireland 

Philip S. Callahan, Ph. D., schooled as an entomologist, was 
stationed in Ireland as a radio technician during World War 11. He 
has written two books dealing specifically with his discoveries 
there of the seemingly magical properties of the ancient Irish round 
towers and of certain rocks and rock powders. Titled Nature's 
Silent Music and Paramagnetism—Rediscovering Nature's Secret 
Force of Growth 

Dr. Callahan explains that a particle moving faster than the 
speed of light is called a tachyon, and a message sent by such 
a particle would arrive before it was sent. He also states that 
he published, in 1986, the first experimental proof that tachyon 
particles actually exist. 

the Devenish Round Tower which is 25 meters high would reso¬ 
nate with the 14.6 meter wavelengths coming from the night sky 
that were discovered by Karl Jansky in 1932. Karl Guthe Jansky 
(October 22,1905 - February 14,1950) was an American physicist 
and radio engineer who in August 1931 first discovered radio 
waves emanating from the Milky Way. 

An intriguing property displayed by detectors of radio signals is that they serve as rectifiers 
which covert alternating current [AC] to direct current [DC]. A rectifier is an electrical device that 
converts alternating current (AC), which periodically reverses direction, to direct current (DC), 
which flows in only one direction. The process is known as rectification. 

Physically, rectifiers take a number of forms, including vacuum tube diodes, mercury-arc 
valves, copper and selenium oxide rectifiers, semiconductor diodes, silicon-controlled rectifiers 
and other silicon-based semiconductor switches. Early radio receivers, called crystal radios, 
used a "cat's whisker" of fine wire pressing on a crystal of galena (lead sulfide) to serve as a 
point-contact rectifier or "crystal detector". As noted, detectors of radio signals serve as rectifiers. 
Because of the alternating nature of the input AC sine wave, the process of rectification alone 
produces a DC current that, though unidirectional, consists of pulses of current. Philip Callahan 
believes that the Round Towers of Ireland "have not only the properties of a DC rectifier, but also 
the ability to detect and store incoming cosmic electromagnetic/magnetic energy, thanks to their 
dielectric properties." A dielectric material (dielectric for short) is an electrical insulator that can 
be polarized by an applied electric field. 

These observations lead Philip Callahan to speculate that the high doors found in the Round 
Towers of Ireland enabled the builders to [literally] fine tune the design of these Magnetic Antenna 
[aka Radio Wave Guides] by adjusting the amount of dirt that was used to fill the bases of the towers. 

Furthermore, Philip Callahan believes the large Round Towers of Ireland provide large scale 
benefits for agriculture just as the small-scale round towers have been demonstrated to be benefi¬ 
cial for potted plants. Callahan s breakthrough came quite suddenly and totally unexpectedly. T 
was just admiring how clever the builders were to make a tower that had a very slight taper of 
three degrees. Then it dawned on me how similar these towers looked to certain insect antennae. 
It was a complete revelation.' 

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Energy Harvesting and Storage Towers are Worldwide as Well! 

158 The One World Tartarians 

Tartary Power Stations 

Tartaria's Power Plants and other buildings were built in granite 
and geopolymer concrete since they become more resistant with the 
passage of time and has the superconducting quartz crystal in its 
composition. Here are some power station domes working associated 
with obelisks, minarets and pinnacles in granite and geopolymeric 
concrete, with columns and ornaments in iron, for extraction of elec¬ 
tromagnetic energy. Electromagnetism produces gigantic invisible 
"waves" of energy. Transmitting towers receive and emit the electric 
field to considerable distances. To transmit wireless electricity as in 
the past, to more and more extensive regions and with more users, the 
towers are getting higher. Towers like these can extract atmospheric 
energy to feed entire countries. 

"An electromagnetic coil is an electrical conductor such as a 
wire in the shape of a coil, spiral or helix. Either an electric current 
is passed through the wire of the coil to generate a magnetic 
field, or conversely 
an external time- 
varying magnetic 
field through the 
interior of the coil 
generates an EME 

(voltage) in the conductor". (Wikipedia) 

The architecture of Tartaria used the red color of 
bricks and clear stripes, to designate power stations 
and associated structures. Like the station of St Pancras 
in London, which belonged to the civilization of 
Tartary and by it was built. In some regions they could also be striped in black, green or brown. 
And have a bronze griffin on the roof, the animal symbol of Tartaria. 

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Chapter 11: Peace on Earth ~ Free Energy Everywhere 159 

Pyramid Power 

Pyre = Fire; Mid = Middle...Fire in the Middle 

“Any sujficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." - Arthur C. Clarke, Profiles 
of the Future, 1961 (Clarke's Third Eaw) 

Earth Grids are energy ley lines laid out in geometric 
pattern. The energy centers of the Tartars were built out in 
many places across the flat plains of Earth (not around!) 
directly over the ley lines. Earth has a magnetic core and 
when her energy is tapped into, power is created and 
energy magnified magnetically. 

The Great Pyramid of Giza was once covered in white 
polished limestone, referred to as casing stones. The 
stones fit together so perfectly, they would have given 
the pyramid, smooth, flawless sides. This would have 
made the giant structures brightly reflect the sun like a 
mirror. It also would have made the inside of the struc¬ 
ture perfectly insulated. 

The material dolomite was used on the inner surfaces 
of the pyramid. Dolomite is known to increase electrical 
conductivity, directly relative to the amount of pressure 
on it: high pressure creates more electrical current. 

Lining the passageways and underground tunnels of the pyramid is granite, which is slightly 
radioactive. Granite contains high amounts of quartz crystal with metal, and it's a well-known 
conductor of piezo electricity. 

Piezo electricity occurs as a result of stress or 
pressure on the quartz, as demonstrated by quartz 
wristwatches, which can be charged simply by 
shaking them. 

The granite ionizes the air inside the pyramid, 
creating a chemical reaction, which again, increases 
the conductivity of electricity. When such electrons 
are given the chance to bypass sections of rock via 
metal wire, quite large currents can flow. Any elec¬ 
trical engineer will tell you that a container serving 
as an energy capacitor or battery, must be made entirely of the same substance, so there's no 
interruption in the magnetic field. 

It is thought that the granite used to make the Pyramid was brought in by boat from a quarry 
in Aswan 500 miles (800km) away. Wikipedia says 8,000 tons of granite were used in the Great 
Pyramid. That's an awful lot of very long boat trips! Additionally, the Pyramid is estimated to 
be made of 2.3 million blocks, which would have meant installing 800 tons of stone every day. 

160 The One World Tartarians 

to complete it in 20 years. Put another way, it would have meant putting an average of 12 blocks 
in place (each block weighing between 25-80 tons) every hour, day and night, for 20 years. Just 
northwest of the Great Pyramid is the Serapeum. Here there are 20 huge granite boxes, each 
weighing 100 tons. Classic Egyptologists say these are coffins! Yet, the granite here came from 
500 miles away, and each box is so huge and heavy, it couldn't possibly fit through the existing 
tunnels and entrances. These supposed sarcophagi were therefore somehow built into the struc¬ 
ture with such precision, they're within a ten thousandth of an inch of being perfectly flat. Any battery, 
from those used in large power plants, to the smallest pellet batteries in wristwatches, requires a 
metal, such as copper, to create the chemical reaction known as potential difference. You can run 
an electric current through copper wire, and the coil will produce a short-range magnetic field. 
Add second coil, and the power is transferred from one coil to the other. 

A windowless room, with copper wirings, could create a higher potential on one wall, which 
transfers energy to the lower potential on the other wall, consequentially releasing electromag¬ 
netic energy into the confined space of the so-called "Queen's Chamber." 

So, if water was the source of power, it would have travelled up the limestone based on the 
principle of capillary action, which happens when a small area of a substance that gets wet, 
absorbs into the entire area of that substance. The tunnel leading down from the bottom of the 
pyramid, could've tapped into an aquifer, channeling the water up into the pyramid, through a 

series of tunnels. So, water flowing near or underneath the pyramid 
could have been absorbed as it passed over the limestone, even travel¬ 
ling upward to the top of the structure. The quartz and the tunnels of 
the pyramids would be subject to the stress or vibration creating piezo 
electricity. The high force speed and the pressure of the rising water 
would be analogous to filling a syringe, generating electromagnetic 
energy within the structure by the materials within it, and conducting 
it upwards to the now-missing capstone. 

The Great Pyramid is located at the exact point which magnifies 
the electromagnetic forces on the planet where telluric currents are at 
their strongest. There's an electromagnetic field at the bottom of the 
pyramid, which would rise to the upper layers with these chemical 

Harnessing Nature's Electromagnetic Energy 

This highly energetic, flat-topped pyramid in 
Tikal, known as El Mundo Perdido ('The Lost 
World'), was the first stone structure built here in 
the first of Mayan cities. It provides a link with the 
Mayans' predecessors, the Olmec. In continuous use 
for 1,300 years - from 600 BC to 700 AD - it is situ¬ 
ated on ground that contains extremely powerful 
electromagnetic energies. The structure itself further 
concentrates these energies. 



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Chapter 11: Peace on Earth ~ Free Energy Everywhere 161 

We live our lives engaged in a daily electromagnetic 
dance with our earth. Earth is hardly a stable world. In 
fact, it pulses every day with powerful rhythms of elec¬ 
trical and magnetic force, and so do we. Earth produces 
a magnetic field much like a bar magnet. Any compass 
needle tells us that the north pole of our earth magnet 
is near the physical North Pole, which is one end of the 
axis on which our planet rotates. Life on Earth would be 
impossible without this field, called the geomagnetic field. 

The geomagnetic field deflects the solar wind, deadly 
blasts of electrically charged high-energy particles from 
the sun. Mars lacks a magnetic field, causing its surface to 
be hostile to life. But the geomagnetic field takes a beating 
doing its job. The field is depressed when struck by 'gusts' 
of solar wind, much like a warrior whose shield deflects a mighty enemy sword strike but recoils 
in the process. An aurora can be produced by an unusually powerful solar gust and is roughly 
analogous to the ringing of the shield under a particularly vicious blow. During the Northern 
Lights, air molecules at the upper edges of the atmosphere are so excited by the impact of solar 
wind that they glow. 

When our part of Earth rotates into sunlight at dawn, the geomagnetic field recoils from 
the impact of solar wind, and this affects the field lines. Field lines can be thought of as linear 
incarnations of the magnetic field. Sprinkle iron filings on a piece of paper above a magnet and 
you will watch the filings arrange themselves along these invisible lines of force. At dawn, the 
magnetic field lines shrink which makes them stronger. That means that the strength of the 
geomagnetic field running through the land, our homes, our bodies, and brains surges each 
dawn. Conversely, at night the geomagnetic field lines are no longer being compressed by solar 
wind and they gradually stretch into a long tail emanating from the dark side of the planet in a 
pattern reminiscent of a comet. This lengthening of the field lines weakens them. The end result 
of all this is that the geomagnetic field weakens at night only to come roaring back quickly as 
dawn approaches. There are places where the local geology makes this effect stronger than at 
others due to the principles of electromagnetism. 

'Magnetricity' is a single word for a reason. Magnetism and electric force are inextricable twins. 
A moving electric current generates a magnetic field, and a changing magnetic field generates 
electric current in anything present that will conduct it. This is how our electric power plants 
work. Physical force from coal, oil, or falling water move a mass of copper wires past a huge 
magnet, and an electric current is generated. This is the principle of physics known as induction. 

Earth itself is subject to these same forces. When dawn brings a change in magnetic field 
strength, it actually generates weak DC currents in the ground. Like all electric currents, these 
telluric currents travel better in some media than others. Ground with lots of metal or water within 
it conducts these natural, daily currents particularly well. Drier or less metallic ground conducts 
it less well. When these two types of land that intersect we have what geologists call a conductivity 
discontinuity, and interesting things happen there. The ground current hitting this boundary has a 
tendency to either reinforce or weaken those daily magnetic fluctuations - sometimes by several 

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hundred percent. This change in magnetic field strength in turn generates more electric current. 
So conductivity discontinuities are 'happening places'. Their magnetic fluctuations and ground 
currents are much higher than in surrounding areas. It was our good fortune that it is the z-axis, 
the axis that our magnetometer measures, of the geomagnetic field that is affected this way. 

The trick for the ancient mound and pyramid builders (particularly in the lightning-rich Amer¬ 
icas) was to build a mound on an electrically active spot like a conductivity discontinuity, then 
make the mound high enough and narrow enough to attract a dense bunching of atmospheric 
field lines - all without drawing a lightning strike. Neither these mounds nor the New World 
pyramids had pointed tops like in Egypt lessening the chances of a lightning strike. However, 
many of the larger Native American earthen mounds had wooden temples on top, which every 
so many years would be struck by lightning and burned to the ground. 

There are additional methods that the ancient architects used to concentrate and harness natural 
electromagnetic energies. 

One important effect of these ground currents is that they will attract electrified air molecules 
of opposite sign. A positive electric current in the ground will draw negatively charged air mole¬ 
cules toward it and vice versa. These effects are magnified on islands or peninsulas. 

While we are familiar with Pyramids in Egypt 
and Mexico, the truth is that these structures are 
not confined to these two countries. There are more 
than 1000 pyramids in central America alone. There 
are 300 Pyramids in China and over 200 Pyramids 
in Sudan. The original pyramids of Egypt and other 
places may have played an even more important 
role in electromagnetic energy production and for 
this they were the first to be neutralized. Ancient 
pyramids and star fortress were so strong and 
powerful that many needed to be submerged like 
the Buhen fortress in Egypt, currently at the bottom 
of Nassar Lake, in one of the largest floods ever made 
in the world (1958). Next to it was an old copper 
factory and a city with 100 thousand inhabitants. 

Pyramid-shaped power stations were called "tombs 
of pharaohs" and covered by sand, water, ice or 
vegetation such as the pyramids of the Faroe 
Islands, Antarctica, Bosnia, Russia and China. 

The world famous pyramid location is Egypt 
with around 120 pyramids. According to the Wiki¬ 
pedia there are 118 pyramids. But the mainland of 
pyramids is Latin America or Mesoamerica! Everybody knows about the pyramids of Yucatan 
peninsula and Teotihuacan ancient city in Mexico but in fact there are more than several hundreds 
of flat-toped pyramid with terraces and stairs. There are 18 famous Mayan archaeological sites in 
Yucatan and each of them has pyramids in number of 3 to 20. It means that average number of pyra¬ 
mids of Yucatan is 230-250. To know exactly to total number of the pyramids of all Mexico is unreal. 

Chapter 11: Peace on Earth ~ Free Energy Everywhere 163 

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Pyramid Structures from around the World 

The old Europe still has many mysteries. In 2005-2006 the great pyramid construction was 
found and investigated in central Bosnia and Herzegovina later some pyramid hills were found 
by amateur researchers in Italy and Slovenia. Moreover there are close to 10 pyramids in Greece, 
one in France, several in Spain and tens in Sicily (Italy) and Tenerife (Spain), one great mound 
pyramid in England known like Silbury Hill. In western Russia you can find also several mound 
pyramids in Samara city surroundings and in Volgograd city known as Mamaev Kurgan where 
is the biggest monument dedicated to the victims of Second World War located now on the top 
of the mane made pyramid mound. In 2011 a group of researchers from Moscow found two 
pyramids in Kolskiy peninsula in far distance from the towns and roads. These pyramids have 
form of stone mounds. 

In last decade the 
interest attached to the 
Asian region. And the 
main interested country 
for pyramid research is 
China. There are more 
than 200 pyramids in 
different forms and 
size in central China, 
in Xi'an and Luoyang 
constructed from the 
local clay and soil 

The old Europe still 
has many mysteries. 
In 2005-2006 the great 
pyramid construction 
was found and investi¬ 
gated in central Bosnia 

Ziggurat of Tepe SiaLk ‘ S- Pyramid of Djoser 

SHj , Kantian, Iran - MOO BCE X Men^atiis, igjpt • 2610 BCE 

Tomb of King Kashta 

Meroe, Nubia - 500 8CE 

Pyramid of Khufu 

Cairo, Egypt' 2560 bce 

Ziggurat of Ur 

City of Uf, Iraq - 2000 BCE 

Qln Shi Mausoleum 

Jfi an. China 210 BCE 

Pyramid of the Sun 

Teotihudcan, Meico -100 C£. 

Tomb of the General 

City of Jl'aru China - 30qC£^ 

Borobudur Temple 

Indonesia - dOCCE ^ 

Prang Temple ' £1 CastlUo 

Kol Ker. Cambodia - W ^ichen lt!a. Mexico -1000 C£ 

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and Herzegovina later 

some pyramid hills were found by amateur researchers in Italy and Slovenia. Moreover there are 
close to 10 pyramids in Greece, one in France, several in Spain and tens in Sicily (Italy) and Tenerife 
(Spain), one great mound pyramid in England known like Silbury Hill. In western Russia you can 
find also several mound pyramids in Samara city surroundings and in Volgograd city known as 
Mamaev Kurgan where is the biggest monument dedicated to the victims of Second World War 
located now on the top of the mane made pyramid mound. In 2011 a group of researchers from 
Moscow found two pyramids in Kolskiy peninsula in far distance from the towns and roads. 
These pyramids have form of stone mounds. In last decade the interest attached to the Asian 
region. And the main interested country for pyramid research is China. There are more than 200 
pyramids in different forms and size in central China, in Xi'an and Luoyang constructed from 
the local clay and soil materials. 

The Great Pyramid may in fact, have been a form of Tesla Tower. Nikola Tesla built his own 
Tower, in 1903. Tesla claimed that at 30,000 feet altitude, there's a stratum of rarefied air that would 

164 The One World Tartarians 

conduct electric currents at high voltages. In this proposed 
system, there was a transmitter (Tesla Tower), which would 
transmit millions of volts into the atmosphere. Then he had 
something (a rod in the ground, with a few special modifica¬ 
tions) that would receive the energy and reduce the voltage 
to a potential that could be used by consumers. We've seen 
induction work between copper wires over a short distance. 

For a long-distance transfer, the same principle can be applied 
when acoustic energy is converted to kinetic energy, and the 
frequencies match. We see this in practice when an opera 
singer shatters a glass with their voice: the frequency of the 
singer's voice matches the resonant frequency of the glass and 
the acoustic energy is converted into kinetic energy. If there's 
a magnetically oscillating current, and you create a second, 
possessing the same frequency, the wireless transmission can 
pass through solid materials, and through long distances. The 
frequency which would have been released from the pyramid 
would have to have been matched in the surrounding area. 

Perhaps this would explain the obelisks, the tall stones shaped like the Washington Monument, 
only smaller. With quartz stones on top of them, the obelisks could've acted as receivers, just like 
Tesla's specially modified rods. Like the pyramids themselves, the obelisks were made of granite, 
were huge and heavy, and would've been extremely difficult to carve, move, and transport from 
the quarry at Aswan, 500 miles away, so it's unlikely they were created merely for religious or 
decorative purposes. 

In all, the Egyptians created 28 obelisks, so it would have been a massive undertaking. Most are 
now fallen, and only 8 remain standing in Egypt today. However, there are also standing Egyptian 

obelisks in Istanbul, Rome, London, Paris, 
and New York. It has been suggested these 
were stolen from Egypt, but considering 
that even the lightest obelisk weighed 110 
tons (they varied considerably in both size 
and weight, up to a maximum weight of 323 
tons); this begs the question, who would go 
to the trouble of transporting such a heavy 
object thousands of kilometers, just to steal a 
huge block of stone for decorative purposes? 
I think it much more likely that the Egyptians 
were in the process of setting up a global 
power distribution network, that was either never completed; or completed and then destroyed, 
thousands of years ago. If the ancient Egyptians had electricity, it would explain why so many 
ancient carvings seem to depict giant light bulbs. It would also explain why there are no soot 
marks from flame torches inside the pyramids: they may have had electrical lighting. 

Chapter 11: Peace on Earth ~ Free Energy Everywhere 165 

Off Limits Pyramids in the Grand Canyon, USA, Porque? 

{From In a 
restricted area of the Grand Canyon there are 
pyramids & caves full of hieroglyphics and 
Egyptian relics. Many people do not know about 
them as this information has been suppressed 
by the federal government for about a century. 

The sky over this area is restricted air space, 
the area surrounding this pyramid and cave 
on the ground is illegal (and treacherous) to 
navigate, and all official reports about this 
from the Smithsonian and elsewhere have been 
censored, modified, nullified, or retracted. This 
still did not stop people from attempting to visit this part of the canyon. Many have been arrested, 
and some have died attempting to climb to these sacred sites over the years. It has gotten to the 
point where the government feels it must have armed FBI agents guarding inside the entrance 
to the cave that is now known as Kincaid's Cave. 

Kincaid's Cave was named after G.E. Kincaid, who was the first to enter the cave. After retiring 
from the Marines, G. E Kincaid worked for S. A. Jordan as a archaeologist. S. A Jordan was sent 
to the Grand Canyon by the Smithsonian Institute to investigate information reported by John 
Westly Powell. The tunnel is presently on a cliff wall 400 feet above the Colorado River in the Grand 
Canyon. Archaeologists estimate the Man-Made Cavern is around 3,000 years old. This cavern is 
over five hundred feet long and has several cross tunnels to large chambers. This was the lowest 
level and last Egyptian "tunnel city" that was built in the Grand Canyon. Since the time that it 
was constructed, archaeologists estimate the Colorado River has eroded 300 feet lower. There were 
many Egyptian relics that were discovered in Kincaid's Cave, one of which was a pure gold artifact 
for the Egyptian king named Khyan, Khian or Khayan. The relic is holding lotus flowers in both 
hands (native to Egypt). This was found in the first cross tunnel of the cave, which was in the 
exact same location as the shrines in the valley of the king's tunnel cities, before the kings of 
ancient Egypt began to build pyramids and above ground cities. It was found that Khyan was a 
descendant of King Zaphnath in Egypt who may have been Joseph in the Bible. 

John Westly Powell discovered what is 
now called Powell's Cave (cave entrance 
pictured above). The following is a quote 
taken directly out of a book that Powell 

"In this Canyon, great numbers of 
manmade caves are hollowed out. I first 
walked down a gorge to the left of a cliff 
and climbed to a bench of the cliff. There 
was a trail on the cliff bench that was 
deeply worn into the rock formation. 
Where the trail crossed some gulches. 

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some steps had been cut. I could see no evidence that the trail had been traveled in a long time. 
I returned to our camp about 3:00 PM and the men had found more Egyptian hieroglyphics on 
cliff walls near the cave. We explored the cave and found this shrine and other artifacts. That 
evening I sent a team member to notify the Smithsonian Institute of our discovery. We continued 
to survey the canyon and discovered more Egyptian tunnel cities. I estimate in my report that I 
think upwards of 50,000 Egyptians had inhabited the Grand Canyon at one time." 

Did you know that all the monuments in the Grand Canyon are named after Egyptian pharaohs? 
This famous canyon in Arizona is actually an ancient array of pyramids. The sites even align with 
the same stars that the pyramids of Giza align with, the constellations of Orion and Pleiades. 

The Shrine below that Powell and his team found in Powell's Cave This was identified as a 
Shrine for Seteprene sometimes spelled Smenkhare, Seti, or Smenkare. Additionally, the hiero¬ 
glyphics Powell's team found. This is a diagram for the Egyptian writing system when the ancient 
Egyptians came to the Grand Canyon. It was a school tablet used for teaching Egyptian children to 
read and write. There were even crypts (sarcophagi) discovered. One of crypts was opened in 
the Grand Canyon to see if there were mummies in them before they were sent to the Smithsonian 
Institute storage building. 

Chapter 11: Peace on Earth ~ Free Energy Everywhere 167 

Dorje Energy Devices aka the Tibetan Thunderbolt ~ The Most Powerful 
Weapon in the Universe 

A spiritual symbol and a spiritual light weapon to be 
wielded in the other worlds. The Dorje symbolizes the 
impenetrable, immovable and indestructible state of energy 
and relates symbolically to Enlightenment. 

The Vajra is considered as one of the most powerful 
weapons in the entire universe. Found in many cultures, 
the lightning bolt is a symbol of spiritual power. The Greek 
god Zeus welded it and God Indra of the Vedic myth & the 
hammer of Norse deity Thor was originally a lightening. 

The form of 

the Vajra as a sceptre or a weapon appears to have its 
origins in the single or double trident, which arose 
as a symbol of the thunderbolt or lightning in many 
ancient civilizations of the Near and Middle East. Occi¬ 
dental parallels are postulated between the meteoric 
hammer of the Teutonic sky-god Thor, the thunderbolt 
and sceptre of the Greek sky-god Zeus, and the three 
thunderbolts of the Roman god Jupiter. As a hurled 
weapon the indestructible thunderbolt blazed like a 
meteoric fireball across the heavens, in a maelstrom 
of thunder, fire, and lightning. 

A double Dorje, or vishvavajra, are two Dorjes 
connected to form a cross. A double Dorje represents 
the foundation of the physical world and is also asso¬ 
ciated with certain tantric deities and the four directions and four subtle elements of earth air fire 
and water & in elemental balance producing transcendent consciousness. The crossed four-armed 
horizontal vajra represents the visualized generation of the deity's mandala palace, symbolizing 
the stability of the vajra-earth upon which it rests. The symbolism and energies entrained into 
the Vajra is only touched upon here it goes yet deep. 



Flying Machines & Refueling Stations 


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Connecting to the Ether; Sail Anywhere and Everywhere 

The science is not complicated.Water is a conductor electricity as we all know. Nikola Tesla 
persona was created to hide the fact that Tartarians had mastered how to use the North Pole's 
negative charge. The Antarctic Circle positive charge and the ions in the Ether, along with the 
salt water of the oceans to be able to use free energy on the oceans and seas. The salt in the water 
creates the electrolysis to conduct the alternating current needed for any boat to harness Earth's 
magnetricity. Therefore, they had all the power, free power, to light up their boats, run electricity 
and sail anywhere they wanted, anytime they wanted. 

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The Brighton and Rottingdean Seashore Electric Railway was a unique coastline railway in Brighton, 
England that ran through the shallow coastal waters of the English Channel between 1896 and 
1901. The aim of the railway was to extend the reach of the existing Volk's Electric Railway east¬ 
ward. Since the eastern section of coast ran out of seafront, and quickly ended up with cliffs that 
were directly against the sea, Volk was confronted with the intimidating and costly prospect of 
an expensive project to build the railway extension onto the cliff-face. 

• Volk's solution was instead to build the railway out at sea, with the electrically-powered car built 
on four cross-braced stilted legs that kept the passenger section well above sea-level, and to also build a 
special alighting-platform at Rottingdean. 

The railway itself consisted of two parallel 2 ft 8 1/2 in (825 mm) gauge tracks, billed as 18 ft 
(5.5 m) gauge, the measurement between the outermost rails. The tracks were laid on concrete 
sleepers mortised into the bedrock. The single car used on the railway was a 45 by 22 ft (13.7 by 
6.7 m) pier-like building which stood on four 23 ft (7.0 m)-long legs. The car weighed 45 long 
tons. Propulsion was by electric motor. It was officially named Pioneer, but many called it Daddy 
Long-Legs. Due to regulations then in place, a qualified sea captain was on board at all times, and 
the car was provided with lifeboats and other safety measures. 

Construction took two years from 1894 to 1896. The railway officially opened November 1896 but 
was nearly destroyed by a storm the night of 4 December. Volk immediately set to rebuilding the 
railway including the Pioneer, which had been knocked on its side, and it reopened in July 1897. 

Rail cars on canals and shores. 

172 The One World Tartarians 

Vimana Flying Machines 

"Our vision of "prehistory" is terribly inadequate. We have not yet rid our minds from the hold of a 
one-and-only God or one-and-only Book, and now a one-and-only Science." ~ Shri Aurobindo Ghosh 

The concept of traveling by air using flying machines was popular in ancient India and for 
that matter in medieval and modern India much before the invention of modern airplanes by 
the Wright brothers. There is ample literary evidence to suggest that in ancient India people 
were familiar with the possibility of men flying in aeroplanes to travel long distances or traverse 
interstellar spaces. These aeroplanes used mechanical, spiritual and tantric power to fly. In the 
ancient literature of Hindus we have detailed descriptions of flying machines that could carry 
people from one place to another or one planet to another to conduct wars, participate in religious 
ceremonies, rescue someone in trouble or accomplish some adventurous mission. 

We have references to the use of incredible spaceships and flying machines in the Indian lore by 
gods, demons and people alike. The most ancient of all epics, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata 
mention the use of vimanas or special aerial devices in ancient times. These are comparable in 
several respects to the spaceships of Hollywood science fiction movies such as Star Trek and 
Star Wars. In the Ramayana we have descriptions of a special airplane called Pushpak Vimana. 

In Sanskrit, which was the language of communication in the Vedic period, the word "vimana" 
means an airplane or flying machine. It is not mere coincidence that the long towers adorning 
the Hindu temples are also called vimanas. The word "vimana", in this context, has a far deeper 
spiritual meaning. According to this, vimana is that which is different from or turned away from 
the ordinary mind consciousness. It is the higher consciousness pointed towards the heavens, 
belonging to the higher realms, and simply indifferent to the mind and the senses. It is of the 
higher mental planes, of the gods, where higher energies submit to higher purpose and higher 
will. In contrast, the ordinary mind draws us into samsara and renders us into mere two-legged 

Blinded by the illusion it creates, we become earth bound, incapable of flying or moving freely 
into the mid (bhuva) and higher (suva) realms. In the form of an elongated tower jutting out 
of the face of the earth through the roof of the temple, the vimana thus serves a very important 
purpose in the religious world of Hindus. It serves as a strong reminder of our lost worlds and 
lost consciousness. The mesmerizing tower filled with colorful figurines of numerous gods and 
goddesses, above the ground, away from the humdrum of earthly life, in the air but still reachable, 
conveys a symbolic message that before entering the world of gods we need to turn away from 
the distractions of the mind and turn inward towards God for our salvation. The Mahabharata 
also mentions the use of flying chariots powered by lightning, capable of flying long distances 
into the solar system and beyond. There are descriptions of a demon king Salva using a flying 
machine to attack Dwaraka, the capital of Madura, and how Lord Krishna fought with him and 
destroyed the flying machine. In the epic Srimad Bhagavatham (sixth Canto, Part 3) we come 
across the following reference: "One time while King Citaketu was traveling in outer space on 
a brilliantly effulgent airplane given to him by Lord Vishnu, he saw Lord Siva..." "The arrows 
released by Lord Siva appeared like fiery beams emanating from the sun globe and covered the 
three residential airplanes, which could then no longer be seen. 

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174 The One World Tartarians 

The Sonara Aero Clubs "California Airship" of 1852 

They called themselves the Sonora Aero Club and, over 
time, they counted some 60 members, possibly many more. 

Their ranks included great characters, such as Peter Mennis, 
inventor of the Club's secret "Lifting Fluid," later described 
as "a rough Man, whit as kind a heart as to be found in 
very few living beings," despite being "addicted to strong 
drink". The Aero Club's rules: Roughly once a quarter, 
each member had to stand before the gathered group and 
"thoroughly exercise their jaws" in telling how he would 
build an airship. 

On one night in 1858, a man by the name of Gustav Freyer 
stood to present his invention: the Aero Guarda, an airship 
surrounded by a sort of hamster-wheel cage that would 
protect its passengers upon landfall. "The majority of the 
sightings occurred over 8 months between mid-November, 

1896, and the end of April, 1897. There were hundreds of sightings some with thousands of witnesses 
each, according to newspaper reports. Every attempt to verify the names of witnesses provided 
in newspaper reports has turned up real people. There were more than 1200 newspaper articles 
published on the sightings in over 400 papers in 41 states and 6 Canadian provinces. 

The first sighting to make the news occurred over Sacramento on November 17. The most 
obvious feature was a brilliant electrical light. It was not clear the light was mounted to a 
structure, but some saw an egg-shaped craft with four downward-facing propellers. The San 
Francisco Call had this image drawn of the craft, based on witness' descriptions. The object flew 
by the city over the course of half an hour and made several changes in course, swaying from 
side to side and up and down, like a boat against a rapid current. It was later reported that a 
similar light went the opposite direction the following night. The majority of papers dismissed 
the sightings, but a few took them seriously. Believers assumed an inventor was testing a new 
design and expected him to unveil his craft at any time, but anyone who claimed responsibility, 
like the lawyer George Collins, or California's Attorney General, William Henry Harrison Hart, 
later reneged on their claims. 

More sightings occurred in Sacramento on November 22. This time, two lights were seen, appar¬ 
ently anchored to the same structure. Again, those who could see it said that it was egg-shaped, and 
at least one witness could see moving parts like wings or propellers. Lights were seen in the San 
Francisco Bay area as well; witnesses included policemen, streetcar drivers, car barn employees, 
their foreman, and a conductor. The mayor of San Francisco vouched for his two servants who 
said they'd seen lights as well. In the following days, similar lights were seen from San Jose to 
Tacoma, Washington, and even into Western Canada. Sightings continued into December and 
fizzled out by the end of the year. No one took credit for them. 


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Compressed Air Power ~ Trains 

150 years ago people were getting around by driving 
compressed air powered personal cars, and were boarding 
compressed air powered modes of public transportation. 
Where did this compressed air technology come from? 

It is even more bizarre when you consider that pneumatic 
engine ideas were supposedly getting developed as early as 
1687. Yup, Denis Papin apparently came up with the idea 
of using compressed air in the 17th century In 1687, Papin 
unveiled a new invention to transmit power pneumatically, 
in order to develop a means of spreading industrialization 
to areas where waterpower was not available. This idea was 
hotly opposed in the Royal Society, and Papin left England to 
accept a chair of mathematics at the University of Marburg 
in Hesse, bordering Hanover. In 1690, Papin published an 
historic article in the Acta Eruditorum of Leipsig, "A New 
Method of Obtaining Very Great Moving Powers at Small 
Cost," where he proposed using the power of expanding 
steam to operate a piston/ cylinder engine. 

F JtOM coast to by rail iri 24 hours^ 

traveling literally on air—that Is wlisil 
W. E. Boyette of Atlonla, Georgiat claims 
For his invenLioa^ a railroad engine that 
runs ulmest entirely on air. 

Air for fuel—speeds of up to 125 miles 
iin hour on rails—low Iransporlation costs 
‘—these are possibilities cotijored by Boy- 
rlte^s air cleetrlc ear. After being started 
by batteries, the car needs only air to keep 
it running—a close approach to perpetual 

Inventor Boyette claims his invention is 
quite simple, eycn though it is contrary to 
Jill principles of engineering. 

Large tanks on the sides of the car are 
pumped with compressed air by a starling 
air CO 111 pressor which is driven by an aux¬ 
iliary electric motor and 4B00 povinci stor¬ 
age tifittery scU Compressed air then oper¬ 
ates the air engine connected to the cjriving 
wbeelSf bringing the car up to speed. 

As Ihc car moves^ a large air compressor 
clircclly connected to the front wheels 
puiiqis air buck into Ihc tanks* An clcetric 
generator connected to Ibe farlkest rear 
pair of wheels is contintially charging the 
hatleries. Thus the movement of the car 
refills the air tanks and partly recharges the 

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coaches over n 251) mile rail riiti> it is said 
that about f|2.50 worth of electricity for 
fully charging (he batteries at the end of 
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"The first compressed-air carriage of which there is an authentic account was constructed by 
two Erenchmen, Andrund and Tessie du Motay about 1840. As will be seen from the image it 
was made for running upon rails; it was adapted to carry eight passengers; had the air stored at 
a pressure of 17 atmospheres, while the working pressure in the cylinder was three atmospheres. 
These inventors also contemplated the application of compressed air to road carriages; they 
proposed to use pressures as high as 60 atmospheres, which were to be attained in stages, and to 
heat the air before its admission to the cylinder. They were the first to indicate the necessity of a 
reserve supply of air for use in hill-climbing or for other contingencies when the pressure in the 
main reservoirs was approaching its lower limit." In 1844 M. Andraud built a 2-2-2 locomotive 
weighing five tons, with a single rivetted air tank holding 106 cubic feet of air at 300 psi. it was 
first tested on Saturday 21st September 1844 on the Versailles Left Bank track where it covered a 
two mile return journey at a speed of between 17 and 20 mph. A1841 patent reveals that Andraud 
and Tessie du Motay were based at No 35, Rue Chabrol, in Paris; this road still exists and lies to 
the south-west of the Gare du Nord, where channel tunnel trains from Great Britain terminate. 


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The Compressed Air Car... No Fuel or Gas Needed....Just Air! 


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for street railway service for several years, and naturally turned toward the motor vehicle when it received 
its first impetus in America. The president and manager of the company is A. H. Hoadley who has been 
in charge of the experiments at the works of the American Wheelock Engine Company, Worcester, Mass. 
The first carriage built by the company was completed in November, 1896. It has seating accom¬ 
modations for six passengers, weighs 2700 pounds, and will run 20 miles over ordinary good roads on 
one charge. A grade of 20 per cent is claimed to be surmountable. The wooden wheels are 30 and 
42 inches respectively, and pneumatics of 4 inches diameter render riding as easy as possible. The 
motor, of the reciprocating type, weighs 400 pounds and operates at 350 revolutions, when the 
carriage is making 15 miles an hour. Ordinary compensating gear and hub steering are employed, 
in order to heat and expand the air before it enters the motor, it is surcharged with hot water, 
carried in the vehicle in a separate tank and kept at a temperature of 400 degrees Fahrenheit. 
Five pounds of water are required for each mile traversed. All the above machinery is spring 
supported, to relieve it from the shocks of the road. 


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In 1926 Ler Barton Williams of Pittsburgh USA pr^s^nted his 
invtniion: an automobile which^ he claims runs on air. The nnotor 
starts on gasoline^ but after it has reached a speed of ten miles an 
hour the gasoline supply is shutoff and the air starts to work. At the 
first test his invention attained a speed of B2 miles an hour. 

The first hybrid diesel and comipressed air locomotive appeared in 
l9^0pin<aerman¥. The pressures brought to bear by the oil industry 
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is that they managed to block investigation in this field. 


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How Did they Heat the Huge Castles, Cathedrals and Homes? 

Can you being to imagine how these massive 
Tartarian buildings were heated during the 
cold winters of Europe and mountain castles? 

No fireplace burning logs could possibly heat these 
palaces. Instead, they had harnessed energy and 
could bring it directly into the entire building 
because it was electrified at will and location, 
thus providing each room with independent 
heat using andirons and the buildings current. 

There was placed a metal plate behind the 
firebox (or the whole firebox made of metal) and 
metal goblet-looking objects. These objects may 
be of various size, while the bigger are usually 
put near the edges of a fireplace. The function of 
metal plates is quite clear - they reflect infrared 
rays when fireplace heats up, like an ordinary 
fireplace does. The goblets, on the other hand, 
have nothing to do with an ordinary fireplace 
that heats up from combustion. These goblets are 
nothing else than ether capacitors, which amplify 
electricity in a conductor, along which they are 
put. It turns out that originally these fireplaces 
were not designed to burn wood. Their secret 
probably lies somewhere else. 

Let's imagine that the fireplace and the roof are connected by metal bonding's through the 
chimney (like in the image). The whole construction becomes one solid conductor, connected 
with the metal plate in the firebox. Ether capacitors, put near the fireplace, provoke eddy currents 
(Eoucault currents) in the metal frame, which transmits them to the metal plate. The buildings 
with cymatic windows and portholes, with the help of organs, musical instruments and singing, 
emitted a frequency range. These frequencies were then collected by devices designed into the 
architecture of all other buildings and converted into DC energy. These frequencies were also 
transmitted underground through water and collected with piezoelectric transducers. The real 
internet. Piezoelectric transducers generate electricity when subjected to a pressure change. Hydro¬ 
phones are used to listen to whales speak to each other, sonar. 

All life resonates and absorbs frequencies. The Aether was filled with frequencies that created 
harmony and reverberated off of the firmament. Levitation would be easy, denied a graceful 
existence with comfortable, disease-free cities and clean energy for our homes and businesses. 
What we call "fireplaces" could very well have been air vents for the off-gassing that was run 
throughout the buildings back then. 

AEE fireplacE with metal plate and andiron transmitters 

180 The One World Tartarians 

Smoke-Free Home Heating in Any Room 

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Gas Lit Street Lamps 

So the story goes.. .and think about how 
the gas had to be distilled and pipelines laid 
for lamps to operate throughout the cities 
and even inside the cathedrals! 

Before electricity became sufficiently 
widespread and economical to allow 
for general public use, gas was the most 
popular method of outdoor and indoor 
lighting in cities and suburbs. Early gas 
lights were ignited manually, but many later 
designs are self-igniting. Baltimore was the 
first American city with gas streetlights; 

Peale's Gas Light Company of Baltimore 
on February 7,1817 lit its first street lamp 
at Market and Lemon Streets (currently 
Baltimore and Holliday Streets). A "ther- 
molampe" using distilled from wood was 

patented in 1799, whilst German inventor 
Friedrich Winzer (Frederick Albert Winsor) was the first person to patent coal-gas lighting in 1804 

The first electric street lighting employed arc lamps, initially the 'Electric candle', 'Jablotch- 
koff candle' or 'Yablochkov candle' developed by a Russian, Pavel Yablochkov, in 1875. This 
was a carbon arc lamp employing alternating current, which ensured that both electrodes were 
consumed at equal rates. In 1876, the common council of the City of Los Angeles ordered four 
arc lights installed in various places in the fledgling town for street lighting. On 30 May 1878, the 
first electric street lights in Paris were installed on the avenue de I'Opera and the Place d'Etoile, 
around the Arc de Triomphe, to celebrate the opening of the Paris Universal Exposition. In 1881, 
to coincide with the Paris International Exposition of Electricity, streetlights were installed on the 
major boulevards. The first streets in London lit with the electrical arc lamp were by the Holborn 
Viaduct and the Thames Embankment in 1878. More than 4,000 were in use by 1881, though by 
then an improved differential arc lamp had been developed by Friedrich von Hefner-Alteneck 
of Siemens & Halske. The United States was quick in adopting arc lighting, and hy 1890 over 
130,000 were in operation in the US, commonly installed in exceptionally tall moonlight towers. 

With the development of cheap, reliable and bright incandescent light bulbs at the end of the 
19th century, arc lights passed out of use for street lighting, but remained in industrial use longer. 
Thomas Edison began serious research into developing a practical incandescent lamp in 1878. 
Edison filed his first patent application for "Improvement In Electric Lights" on 14 October 1878. 
After many experiments, first with carbon in the early 1880s and then with platinum and other 
metals, in the end Edison returned to a carbon filament. The first successful test was on October 
22,1879 and lasted 13.5 hours. Edison continued to improve this design and by 4 November 1879, 
filed for a US patent for an electric lamp using "a carbon filament or strip coiled and connected platina contact wires. 

Church interior with gas torchieres 
(Reading, England, c. 1875) 

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Detail of a street light from Paris 

Chapter 12: Free Travel Anywhere 183 

Nothing New Under the Sun ~ Robots in 1883 



A US Supreme Court ruling has forced the 
Smithsonian Institution to release classi¬ 
fied papers dating from the early 1900's 
that proves the organization was involved in a 
major historical cover-up. 

The cover-up destroyed evidence showing 
giant human remains in the tens of thousands had 
been uncovered all across America. The pieces of 
evidence were ordered to be destroyed by high- 
level administrators to "protect the mainstream 
chronology of human evolution at the time" 
according to the court ruling. 

The allegations stemming from the American Institution 
of Alternative Archeology (AIAA) that the Smithsonian 
Institution had destroyed thousands of giant human 
remains during the early 1900's was not taken lightly by 
the Smithsonian who responded by suing the organiza¬ 
tion for defamation and trying to damage the reputation 
of the 168-year old institution. 

During the court case, new elements were brought to 
light as several Smithsonian whistleblowers admitted 
to the existence of documents that allegedly proved the 
destruction of tens of thousands of human skeletons 
reaching between 6 feet and 12 feet in height, a reality 
mainstream archeology carmot admit to for different reasons, claims AIAA spokesman, James 

"There has been a major cover up by western archaeological institutions since the early 1900's 
to make us believe that America was first colonized by Asian peoples migrating through the 
Bering Strait 15,000 years ago, when in fact, there are hundreds of thousands of burial mounds 
all over America which the Natives claim were there a long time before them, and that show 
traces of a highly developed civilization, complex use of metal alloys and where giant human 
skeleton remains are frequently found but still go unreported in the media and news outlets." 

A turning point of the court case was when a 1.3-meter long human femur bone was shown 
as evidence in court of the existence of such giant human bones. 

The evidence came as a blow to the Smithsonian's lawyers as the bone had been stolen from 
the Smithsonian by one of their high-level curators in the mid-1930's who had kept the bone all 

EARLY 1900'S 


186 The One World Tartarians 

his life and which had admitted on his deathbed in writing of the undercover operations of the 
Smithsonian. It is a terrible thing that is being done to the American people,» he wrote in the letter. 

The NWO has been hiding the truth about the forefathers and foremothers of humanity, 
our ancestors, the giants who roamed the earth as recalled in the Bible and ancient texts of 
the world by destroying the evidence. 

Chapter 13: There Were Giants Among US 187 

Romanian Giant Legends 

Depending on the region of Romania where the legends come from, there are different names 
for giants. In the Boziorul area, giants are known as "tartars" ("tartari"), for example. A number of 
unusually tall skeletons have been uncovered at Scaieni, in Buzaului Mountains. For instance, 
when locals tried to plant apple trees on a hill, they accidentally discovered humanoid skeletons 
of over 2.4 meters (8.2 feet) tall along with pottery fragments in the Skyline of Buzaului Mountain. 

Knowing the local legends, people from the area immediately thought about the tartars. One of 
these legends even claims that the mountain formation known as the "Pillars of Tainita" ("Stalpii 
Tainitei") had actually been built by these giants of old. In the past, the giants were also credited 
for building two large underground halls somewhere beneath the mountain. 

The strange formation which can be seen up on Tainita Mountain resembles a set of stone 
chairs. As they are found at high altitude and in a highly inaccessible area, locals claim that tartars 
built the chairs to sit on when they wanted to gather for council. Another legend from Hateg 
Country ("Tara Hategului"), tells the tale of two giantesses who built two cities: one in Deva and 
the other on the peak of the Severed Mountain ("Muntele Retezat") respectively. Upon the end 
of the construction, when the giantess from Deva beheld her rival's city and saw it had turned 
out more beautiful, she became envious. In a moment of rage, she threw a plough towards the 
mountain citadel - destroying it and severing the top of the mountain at the same time. In this 
way, the mountain earned its name, being known ever since as the Severed Mountain. A number 
of archaeological discoveries have been made in Giurgiu. Between the years 1940 and 1950, 
archaeologists unearthed 80 humanoid skeletons which appeared to be giants. The huge skeletons 
measured about four to five meters (13-16 feet) in height. Giant skeletons have been unearthed 
in other parts of the country as well. As one example, in October 1989, 20 giant skeletons were 
found in Pantelimon - Lebada. 

The Arizona Silver Belt, November 16th, 1895 with the headline Prehistoric Egyptian Giants 
:"In 1881, when professor Timmerman was engaged in exploring the ruins of an ancient temple 
of Isis on the banks of the Nile, 16 miles below Najar Djfard, he opened a row of tombs in which 
some prehistoric race of giants had been buried. The smallest skeleton out of some 60 odd, which 
were examined during the time Timmerman was excavating at Najar Djfard, measured 7' 8" in 
length and the largest 11' 1" tall. Memorial tablets were discovered in great numbers, but there 
was no record that even hinted that they were in the memory of men of extraordinary size". A 
cemetery called Fag el-Gamous , which means Way of the Water Buffalo, and a nearby pyramid have 
been excavated by archaeologists from Brigham Young University for the last 30 years. Many 
of the mummies that were discovered date to the time when the Roman or Byzantine Empire 
ruled Egypt, from the 1st century to the 7th century AD. “We are fairly certain we have over a million 
burials within this cemetery. It's large, and it's dense ," Project Director Kerry Muhlestein, an asso¬ 
ciate professor in the Department of Ancient Scripture at Brigham Young University, said in a 
paper he presented at the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities Scholars Colloquium , which 
was held in November 2014 in Toronto. However, it is now thought (as of 2017) that it is more 
likely to be tens of thousands of graves. One discovery that never got officially published was 
that of a mummy who was more than 7 feet (2 meters) tall. "We once found a male who was over 
7 feet tall who was far too tall to fit into the shaft, so they bent him in half and tossed him in." 


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The Giants Doorways 

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Were Giant Humans and Animals Fossilized in Their Place by the NWO? 

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From "History Science of Fiction" THE EPOCH OF THE XIII CENTURY 

A t the end of the XVIII century a major war 
began between the Romanov Russia and 
Siberian Moskovia. At first Ottoman Turkey 
marched out as an ally of Tobolsk. The Romanovs 
found themselves in a difficult position: they had to 
fight on two fronts at once. However, on the 10 July 
1774 after a series of defeats Turkey signed the peace 
Treaty of Kiiguk Kaynarca with the Romanovs which 
marked their defeat. Essentially it betrayed its ally - 
the Czar of Tobolsk. Seizing this opportunity in 1774 
the Romanovs urgently mobilised their troops from 
the Turkish front to the Eastern Front. A.V.Suvorov, 
who had recently distinguished himself in the battles 
with the Turks, stood at the head of these troops. With 
Suvorov's help, count Rl.Panin, the commander-in- 
chief of the Eastern Front, defeated the Siberian army 
of 'Pugachev'. Suvorov personally convoyed the 
captured 'Pugachev' from Yaik to Simbirsk. He was later brought to Moscow and executed there, 
after purporting that he was a common Cossack who had rebelled against the rightful rulers - the 
Romanovs. Most likely, it was in fact some common Cossack who was brought for the execution, 
but not the real Siberian war chief. It is possible that he was called 'Pugachev'. The true identity 
of the Siberian leader was probably kept secret by the Romanovs. The two SECRET PANELS 
which were set up in Kazan and Orenburg in 1773-1774, were in charge of the misrepresentation 
of the Pugachev war history [988:00], the article 'Pugachevshina'. 

Most likely that following their defeat the remnants of the royal court at Tobolsk and its 
faithful troops fled to China, where they were warmly received by the Emperors of Manchuria, 
the distant relatives of the Hordian czars of Tobolsk, see our book 'Pegaya Orda'. The Romanovs 
occupied Siberia, having at first annexed it to the province of Kazan and pretended that 'it had 
been always been this way'. But soon they began to divide it 'after suddenly realizing that it was 
too big'. Many old Siberian cities were wiped off the face of the earth. The majority of the names 
present on the maps of Siberia in the XVIII century are not there in the XIX century anymore. 
When the archaeologists unearthed the remnants of the Siberian cities destroyed in the XVIII 
century, instead of reconstructing the true history of Siberia, they declared their findings to be 
extremely ancient. The perfect example of this is Arkaim in the Urals. 


194 The One World Tartarians 

In 1775 for the victory over Moscow Tartary Suvorov was presented with the most luxurious 
and expensive award among those he had received - a diamond encrusted sword. Much to 
everyone's delight, it was not held a secret at that point. The Romanovs happily celebrated their 
victory over their severe Siberian neighbor. The victory came to the Romanovs at a price and 
they spared neither expense nor rewards for their victorious generals-victors. 

Later however, the time came when they had to give an account of the history of the war on 
paper, to canonize the version for the posterity. And here they faced a difficulty. As the Romanovs 
were persistently hiding the very existence of their Siberian neighbour, depicting that Siberia had 
always belonged to them. That is why a decision was made to present the war with Tobolsk as 
an allegedly comparatively easy fight of government troops with a rebellious mob. Purporting, 
that the rebels' ringleader was a common Cossack Yemelyan Pugachev. When presented in such a 
light, Suvorov's achievements in defeating 'Pugachev' were an obstacle. It was clear, that a great 
military commander should not be fighting a crowd of ignorant peasants. He had much greater 
tasks, and the suppression of peasant revolts was a responsibility of the second-rate military 
commanders. That is why they presented the matter the following way. 

Allegedly 'Pugachev' was defeated by an unknown lieutenant-colonel Michelsohn, who was 
made promoted to colonel for his achievement. Suvorov, they said, had nothing to do with it. 
He was called to the Eastern front by mistake, due to P.I.Panin's panic. Suvorov, they said, had 
absolutely nothing to do there. So in the end he did not fight against Pugachev. 

The Romanovs Endeavoured To Bring Moscow Down 

During the epoch of Peter I the relations between Romanov Russia and the vast Moscow 
Tartary became especially tense. Fearing the restoration of the Horde's regime in Central Russia, 
the Romanovs transferred their capital to distant Petersburg, which was especially built by 
Peter I for this purpose. The former capital - Moscow, which was still associated in the minds 
of many people with Horde of the XIV-XVI cc., was assigned the role of a second-rate city [4v]. 
Peter I and his circle didn't like Moscow and everything connected with it. Here is an interesting 
detail conveyed by the French courtier Leboise. He accompanied Peter's court in Paris 1717. In 
his report to the French King, Leboise wrote: 'The word 'Muscovite' and even 'Muscovia' are 
deeply insulting for this entire court' [514], v.2, p.283. It is clear, that a heavy political gloom was 
to descend onto Moscow and Moscow Kremlin. This is the exact picture that emerges from the 
documents of the XVIII [TsRS], ch.9. 

The Romanovs not only abandoned the old Russian-Horde Kremlin of Moscow=Jerusalem, 
but decided to mock deride it as 'Mongol' relics. For example, they sent their jesters with their 
'weddings' into the Palace of the Facets (Granovitaya Palata). Let them have fun, they said. Let us 
see how exactly the Romanov's buffoons and their friends danced, drank and joked in the heart of 
the former capital of Russia-Horde = Biblical Israel. The old documents, which came to light after 
a long period of obscurity thanks to the efforts of Zabelin, inform us: 'THE PREFECT OF THE 
QUITE DILAPIDATED, WERE LIME WASHED' [282:1], part 1, p.117-118. 

Everything is clear. The West European 'scholars' who had swarmed across Romanov Russia 
(especially after Peter cut a window through into enlightened Europe, which was impressed on 

Chapter 14: From Russia With Love 195 

all of us multiple times) not only clowned around in the Russian Horde cathedrals, but also were 
destroying the vulnerable Hordian relics of antiquity, reveling in impunity. In particular they li m e 
washed the old frescos in Kremlin. Later, post factum, they declared them to be extremely dilapidated. 
Purporting that there was nothing left to do but to l ime wash them. It became clean and beautiful 
there. The old Russian pictures ceased to annoy the delicate Latin taste. It is astonishing that the 
Romanovs abused the Moscow Kremlin up until the beginning of the XIX c inclusively. Hence one 
can see how great was their irritation with the former Hordian traditions and memories connected 
with Moscow and its Kremlin. It came to a point where in the beginning of the XIX century the 
Romanov administration practically exposed Kremlin to thieves and cheats! IN KREMLIN THERE 

Modern day revisionist history: Communism was a curse invented by the Jesuits via their 
"Reduction" settlements in South America. They chose as their puppet German Jew Karl Marx 
while under their care in Trier. They used it to wage war against their hated enemies, the Roma¬ 
novs, who had evicted the Jesuits in 1820. A Jesuit priest by the name of Iosif Vissarionovich 
Dzhugashvili was chosen from Georgia to turn Russia into a totalitarian nightmare. He would 
later change his name to Joseph Stalin. 

They have carefully played both Russians and Americans against each other ever since, cashing 
in (literally) on the resulting bloodshed. They used their infiltrators and subversives in America 
to counter the Nazi-given technological advances with self-destructive leadership and policy 
decisions (e.g. Kennedy threatened resolution to Vietnam and was eliminated). 

The Soviet Union collapsed, but rather than allow a new climate of peace and co-operation to 
ensue, tremendous discord has been instilled. Organs like the European Union and the North 
Atlantic Treaty Organization have been used to increase the "Strategy of Containment" dreamed 
up by Papal agents like Zbigniew Brzezinski — thought by Russian 
Intelligence to have been behind the election of Polish Cardinal 
Karol Jozef Wojtyla to the Papacy to become "Pope John Paul 11". 

A literal Crusade continues to target Orthodox Russia on her 
very doorstep utilizing a CIA/Nazi/Catholic influence in Slavic 
Ukraine, the birthplace of both nations. The Orthodox Church is 
heavily infiltrated with Jesuits and it is the Left Leg of the terrible 
statue the Prophet Daniel saw in Nebuchadnezzar's dream, with 
Rome being the Right Leg. It is almost as hampered by humanistic 
and pagan religious traditions as Rome is. But through it, a mighty 
thing has happened; the good Russian people are living their Chris¬ 
tian values and this does not sit well with the Luciferian Elite that 
runs and rules the West (through the Vatican). 

Robert K. Massie, in his award-winning book Nicholas and Alexandra, described the St. Peters¬ 
burg of the turn of the century: "It was the center of all that was advanced, all that was smart and 
much that was cynical in Russian life. Its great opera and ballet companies, its symphonies and 
chamber orchestras played the music of Glinka, Rimsky-Korsakov, Borodin, Mussorgsky, and 
Tschaikovsky; its citizens read Pushkin, Gogol, Dostoyevsky, Turgenev, and Tolstoy. But society 
spoke French, not Russian, and the best clothing and furniture were ordered from Paris...The 
'season' in St. Petersburg began on New Year's Day and lasted until the beginning of Lent." 

196 The One World Tartarians 

The White Cities of Russia 

And the story goes.. 

The Seven Sisters aka 'The Stalin's High-Rises', are a group of seven skyscrapers in Moscow 
designed in the Stalinist style. They were built from 1947 to 1953! in an elaborate combination 
of Russian Baroque and Gothic styles. These towers are inspired by the Municipal Building in 
Manhattan. At the time of construction they were the tallest buildings in Europe, and the main 
building of Moscow State University remained the tallest building in Europe until 1997. 

Chapter 14: From Russia With Love 197 

The Republic of Tartasan, Russia's Most Ancient City 

The nation of Bulgaria has a 
lesser known cousin hidden in 
the hinterlands of the autono¬ 
mous Republic of Tatarstan: 

Bolgar. Although it may be less 
famous, Bolgar has no less an 
illustrious history, it's one of the 
most ancient cities in Russia. 

Long before the Mongols, the 
Eurasian steppe was dominated 
by another great Turkic empire, 
the Proto-Bulgars, whose state 
was centered around the Sea of 
Azov (modern Russia and Ukraine). Known to be equally as skilled in nation building as in 
warfare, they built massive stone citadels wherever they set foot. Under the legendary Khan 
Kubrat, the Proto-Bulgar empire came to cover much of the Black Sea Coast. After Kubrat's death, 
however, his five sons decided to part ways, each going in a different direction to run their own 
state. The two most successful were Asparuh, who founded the Bulgaria we know today, and 
Kotrag, who wandered northwards along the Volga. 

Renaissance on the Volga; Eventually, Kotrag's Bulgars settled down on a pleasant piece of 
real estate along the Volga River and established the great city of Bolgar, a true Eurasian metropolis. 
After a few campaigns against their neighbors, the Volga Bulgarians, as they came to be called, 
established a vast empire in the heart of Russia. In 922, the ruler Aydai Khan converted to Islam 
and invested in the construction of madrassas and mosques. Meanwhile, his state became a major 
middleman along Silk Road trade routes. Tombstones attest to a large Jewish and Armenian 
district, and travelers like ibn-Eadlan hailed to the Khan's emphasis on education. Bolgar had 
become the center of Islamic civilization in Eastern Europe. 

Fast forward Mongols, and Russians, Bolgar still remains an important site within Russia. 
Sitting on a calm bend of the Volga River, the remains of the city include stone citadels, mosques, 
and tombs that attest to a strong state skilled in masonry. 

These remains of Volga Bulgaria are viewed as the origin of all Muslims living along the 
Volga today, particularly the Tartars and Bashkirs. Once a year, they visit Bolgar in a religious 
pilgrimage known as the "Little Hajj." To this day, many Tartars consider themselves to be first 
and foremost Bulgars. 

National significance; Bolgar is not just a regional monument. It's an official UNESCO World 
Heritage Site acknowledged as an integral part of the history of the entire Russian nation. In 
fact, Bolgar was the first protected heritage site in all of Russia. In July 1722, Peter the Great 
personally ordered the governor of Tatarstan to renovate the site. There was the Winter Palace, 
the Kremlin or Novgorod there was Bolgar, the home to a mysterious civilization that once 
dominated Eastern Europe. 

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White City Moscow is known as a city of white stone , thanks to its early Kremlin walls 
constructed from local limestone. But for the rest of its history Russia's predominantly wooden 
capital was shaped by fire, suffering dozens of large blazes: the "Great Fire" of 1547 that killed 
several thousand people; one set by the invading Crimean Tatars in 1571 that killed tens of thou¬ 
sands; and a 1737 fire that severely damaged the Kremlin. 

Moscow's last great fire swept through the city during the occupation of the city by Napo¬ 
leon's Grande Armee in September 1812. The conflagration destroyed three-fourths of the city's 
buildings, according to some estimates, and killed thousands of residents and wounded soldiers. 
The fire had a lasting effect on the city's appearance, as city planners later rebuilt whole neigh¬ 
borhoods, creating new squares and limiting wooden construction. 

When the French entered Moscow, they found a city suddenly drained of life, "resembling a desert," 
de Caulaincourt remembered. "In the Kremlin, just like in most private mansions, everything 
was in its place: Clocks were even still ticking, as if their owners were still home," he wrote. 

The fire quickly spread from the outskirts of the city to the center, reaching houses close to 
the Kremlin by the following morning. The wind, which had turned a bit to the west, carried 
huge embers more than 200 meters through the air to fall "like a fiery rain" and set new houses 
ablaze, de Caulaincourt recalled. The air glowed with heat. Observing the cataclysm, Napoleon 
reportedly exclaimed, "What a terrible sight! They're burning it themselves... What resolution! 
What people! These are Scythians!" "The burning city reminded me of the fires that destroyed 
parts of Constantinople and Smyrna before my eyes, but this time, the sight was more striking: 
It was the most appalling sight I have ever seen," Dedem wrote. 



So the Story Goes... 

T he very first trains were built in 1827 and from 1880 to 1890 more than 70,300 miles of new 
lines were opened in that decade alone! 

The first steam powered railroad trains began in 1804. Cross country travel by train was 
not completed in the US until 1869. As you can read below, Sacramento, California had already 
built their first railway lines in 1855. This means that the trains used in Sacramento had to be 
put on ships, sailed around the bottom of South America up to San Francisco, CA and then sent 
up the Sacramento River to be put on the rail lines. Men and women who came by the tens of 
thousands for the California Gold Rush, after gold was found in Sutters Mill, above Sacramento, 
would of have to been used to dig the rail lines, forge the metal, lay the tracks and install the 
trains atop the tracks with all the knowledge, and surveying needed to complete the rail lines. 

How Railways Were Constructed Back the story goes... 

Before the transcontinental railroad was completed, travel overland by stagecoach cost $1,000, 
took five or six months, and involved crossing rugged mountains and arid desert. The alternatives 
were to travel by sea around the tip of South America, a distance of 18,000 miles; or to cross the 


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Isthmus of Panama, then travel north by ship to California. Each route took months and was 
dangerous and expensive. The transcontinental railroad would make it possible to complete the 
trip in five days at a cost of $150 for a first-class sleeper. 

The transcontinental railroad was built in six years almost entirely by hand. Surveyors had 
to decide the best route to cross the mountains. Workers drove spikes into mountains, filled the 
holes with black powder, and blasted through the rock inch by inch. Handcarts moved the drift 
from cuts to fills. Bridges, including one 700 feet long and 126 feet in the air, had to be constructed 
to ford streams. Timber had to be felled and cleared, gravel had to be pulled from quarries and 
crushed while boats had to forge rivers to lay the pylon footings for the bridges. 

The California Gold Rush of 1849 

The first CPRR locomotive crossed the California - Nevada border on December 13,1867. This 
allegedly allowed tens of thousands to come to California by train seeking gold. 

This from 

"The discovery of gold in California 
near Sutter's Mill in Coloma, east of 
Sacramento, on January 24, 1848 
brought a huge number of people lured 
by the promise of "gold laying in the 
streams" into California during 1849. 

An estimated 55,000 arrived by over¬ 
land routes and another 25,000 by sea". 

And the story goes on to say there 
was a worldwide exodus to Cali¬ 
fornia as well (Wikipedia): 

"There were tens of thousands each of Mexicans, Chinese, Britons, Australians, French, and 
Latin Americans, together with many smaller groups of miners, such as African Americans, Fili¬ 
pinos, Basques and Turks. People from small villages in the hills near Genova, Italy were among 
the first to settle permanently in the Sierra Nevada foothills; they brought with them traditional 
agricultural skills, developed to survive cold winters. A modest number of miners of African 
ancestry (probably less than 4,000) had come from the Southern States, the Caribbean and Brazil. 
A number of immigrants were from China. Several hundred Chinese arrived in California in 1849 
and 1850, and in 1852 more than 20,000 landed in San Francisco." 

Now here is where the stories don't add up. Remember as stated above, that the first time the 
railway crossed the Sierra Nevada mountain range was from 1863-1869....yet, we are told/sold 
that the Gold Rush ENED in 1855 due to "economic hardships"! From Wikpedia: 

"By 1855, the economic climate had changed dramatically. Gold could be retrieved profitably 
from the goldfields only by medium to large groups of workers, either in partnerships or as 
employees. By the mid-1850s, it was the owners of these gold-mining companies who made the 
money. Also, the population and economy of California had become large and diverse enough 
that money could be made in a wide variety of conventional businesses". 

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We are also told that there was a 
railway built in 1855 that crossed 
what became the Panama Canal: 

"The Gold Rush propelled Cali¬ 
fornia from a sleepy, little-known 
backwater to a center of the global 
imagination and the destination of 
hundreds of thousands of people. 
The new immigrants often showed 
remarkable inventiveness and 
civic-mindedness. For example, in 
the midst of the Gold Rush, towns 

and cities were chartered, a state 
constitutional convention was convened, a state constitution written, elections held, and repre¬ 
sentatives sent to Washington, D.C. to negotiate the admission of California as a state. 

Large-scale agriculture (California's second "Gold Rush") began during this time. Roads, 
schools, churches, and civic organizations quickly came into existence. The vast majority of the 
immigrants were Americans. Pressure grew for better communications and political connections 
to the rest of the United States, leading to statehood for California on September 9,1850, in the 
Compromise of 1850 as the 31st state of the United States. 

Between 1847 and 1870, the population of 
San Francisco increased from 500 to 150,000 
whereby 1900,300,000 people were living 
in San Francisco alone. The Gold Rush 
wealth and population increase led to signifi¬ 
cantly improved transportation between 
California and the East Coast. The Panama 
Railway, spanning the Isthmus of Panama, 
was finished in 1855. Steamships, including 
those owned by the Pacific Mail Steamship 
Company, began regular service from San 
Francisco to Panama, where passengers, 
goods and mail would take the train across 
the Isthmus and board steamships headed 
to the East Coast." Thousands of workers, 
including Irish and German immigrants, former Union and Confederate soldiers, freed slaves, 
and especially Chinese immigrants played a part in the construction. Chinese laborers first went 
to work for the Central Pacific as it began crossing California's Sierra Nevada Mountains in 1865. 
At one point, 8,000 of the 10,000 men toiling for the Central Pacific were Chinese. At one-point, Chinese 
workers were lowered in hand-woven reed baskets to drill blasting holes in the rock. They placed 
explosives in each hole, lit the fuses, and were, hopefully, pulled up before the powder was deto¬ 
nated. Explosions, freezing temperatures, and avalanches in the High Sierras killed hundreds. 
When Chinese workers struck for higher pay, a Central Pacific executive withheld their food 

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supplies until they agreed to go back to work. 

The story goes that hand labor, including 10,000 
Chinese who sailed for weeks to San Francisco, 
then found horses, or walked over a hundred 
miles, or sailed up the Sacramento river, then 
hoofed it up to the foothills of the Sierra Neva¬ 
da's to work on the transcontinental railroad. 

And as you can see by the images, many train 
tunnels had to be dug out and tracks laid to 
cross the rugged mountains. The Central Pacific 
Railroad relied on the muscle of men wielding hammers and chisels to make the holes into which 

blasting powder was packed. An on-site blacksmith's shop stayed 
busy, employed in restoring the tips of rapidly blunted tools. At one 
point during the winter of 1866-67, there were eight thousand men 
working in three round-the-clock shifts, attacking the granite from 
four faces, drilling inward from the ends and outward from the 
center. When the black powder they used first was replaced with a 
new explosive, nitroglycerin, the pace of excavation increased from 
1.18 to 1.82 feet per day. The work force that chiseled through the 
Sierra Nevada granite was composed mainly of Chinese immigrant 
workers who had arrived in California during the 1850s seeking to 
profit from the gold rush. The entire project over the Sierra Nevada 
Mountains, over 70 miles of track, were completed in less than 5 
years, it is said. 

Just before Christmas Day 1879, a strong Gulf of Alaska-bred 
storm surged into the Northern Sierra, bringing heavy snow. The 
storm left snow 5 feet deep at Blue Canyon with nearly 10 feet at Donner Pass. By Jan. 1,1890, 
an impressive 22 feet of snow had fallen on Donner Pass, with 15 feet in December alone. In 
Truckee, the snowpack measured just over seven feet.In early January, a dome of high pressure 
poured cold air into the region. In Reno, the temperature plummeted to 19 below zero on Jan. 8, 
still the all-time lowest reading there. 

The months of December 1894 and 
January 1895 dumped more than 50 
inches of precipitation, meaning Donner 
Summit was blasted with nearly a 
whole winter's worth of snow and 
rain in just eight weeks. The rest of 
the winter of 1895 was mellow, but 
the storms of December and January 
contributed so much snow that the 
season total of 685 inches (57 feet) at 

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as the fifth-snowiest of record. The 503 uranhwE and 


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inches (42 feet) of snow that fell in those two months is just one-inch shy of the United States 
record for a two-month period, measured in January and February 1925 at the Paradise Ranger 
Station at Mt. Rainier, Washington. 

The First Trains Worldwide 

The very first steam powered trains began on February 21, 

1804, the world's first steam-powered railway journey took 
place when Trevithick's unnamed steam locomotive hauled 
a train along the tramway of the Penydarren ironworks, near 
Merthyr Tydfil in South Wales. The first full-scale working 
railway steam locomotive was built in the United Kingdom 
in 1804 by Richard Trevithick, a British engineer born in 


The country's first passenger train, which ran between Bombay's Bori Bunder station and 
Thane on 16 April 1853, was dedicated by Lord Dalhousie. The 14-carriage train was hauled by 
three steam locomotives: the Sahib, Sindh, and Sultan. Travelling 34 kilometres (21 mi), the train 
carried 400 people. 


Great Britain was "the pioneer of train travel." The first public railway, the Stockton and 
Darlington Railway, was constructed in Britain in 1825. It was not until 1830, however, that the 
train "Rocket" of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway grabbed the world's attention and led to 
the start of the Railroad Era. Railroad Mania began in the 1840s, during which Parliament passed 
272 acts, many of which led to the creation of new railroad companies. This Railway Mania led 
Britain to reach a new peak of 9,000 kilometers of track in 1950 compared to 1,500 kilometers in 
1939 and 90 kilometers in 1829. Railroads became 
crucial to Britain's economy. Trains transported iron 
and coal supplies from North England to the facto¬ 
ry-filled cities of the East and West and transported 
many people from rural areas to cities, where they 
took jobs in the plethora of factories. Germany's 
first railroad came in 1835 with the construction of 
the six-kilometer Bayerische Ludwigsbahn, which 
was located in Bavaria. Germans had visited Britain 
prior to this and examined the British railway 
industry and brought what they learned back to 
Germany. British investors were also looking to 
invest in the industrialized regions of Germany. 

In fact, the locomotive and driver of Germany's 
first railroad were both British. 

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This is the Nyugati Railway Station in Budapest, 

Hungary, that survived intact. It also served to the kings 
and had a magnificent waiting room called "The Royal 
Waiting Room". The station was planned by August 
de Serres and was built by the Eiffel Company. It was 
opened on 28 October 1877. It replaced a previous 
station, which was the terminus of Hungary's first 
railway line, the Pest-Vac line (constructed in 1846). 

This building was pulled down in order to construct 
the Grand Boulevard. Again, there is no mention of 
how this magnificent building was constructed or the 
architectural drawings made available to see. 

Its entire structure is metallic since only the metal, 
associated with mercury and other small technical 
secrets under the domes, allows the formation of an 
electromagnetic field. In front of it, trams would circulate wirelessly because they were "pulled" 
through a connection in contact with the 3 metal rails - which transmits electromagnetics energy 

to the metal parts under the train. As in other 
cities worldwide. As in Seattle in 1940, one of the 
last American cities to have streetcar powered by 

St Pancras railway station, also known as London 
St Pancras and officially since 2007 as St Pancras 
International, is a central London railway terminus 
located on Euston Road in the London Borough 
of Camden. It is the terminal station for Eurostar 
continental services from London via High Speed 1 
and the Channel Tunnel to Belgium, France and the 
Netherlands. After rail traffic problems following the 1862 International Exhibition, the MR decided 
to build a connection from Bedford to London with their own terminus. The station was designed 
by William Henry Barlow and 
constructed with a single¬ 
span iron roof. Following the 
station's opening on 1 October 
1868, the MR constructed the 
Midland Grand Hotel on the 
station's facade, which has been 
widely praised for its architec¬ 
ture and is now a Grade I listed 
building along with the rest of 
the station. 

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On February 28, 1827, the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad 
became the first U.S. railway chartered for commercial 
transport of passengers and freight. There were skeptics 
who doubted that a steam engine could work along steep, 
winding grades, but the Tom Thumhl, designed by Peter 
Cooper, put an end to their doubts. The First Transconti¬ 
nental Railroad (known originally as the "Pacific Railroad" and 
later as the "Overland Route") was a 1,912-mile (3,077 km) 
continuous railroad line constructed between 1863 and 

1869 that connected 
the existing eastern 

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with the Pacific coast at the Oakland Long Wharf on San 
Francisco Bay. The Sacramento Valley Railroad (SVRR) was 
incorporated on August 4, 1852. Its first train operated on 
February 22,1856. 

The first use of electrification on an American main line 
was on a four-mile stretch of the Baltimore Belt Line of the 
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B&O) in 1895 connecting the main portion of the B&O to the new 
line to New York through a series of tunnels around the edges of Baltimore's downtown. Parallel 
tracks on the Pennsylvania Railroad had shown that coal smoke from steam locomotives would be 
a major operating issue and a public nuisance. Three Bo+Bo units were initially used, at the south 
end of the electrified section; they coupled onto the locomotive and train and pulled it through 
the tunnels. When construction began on the B&O in the 1820s, railroad engineering was in its 
infancy. Unsure exactly which materials would suffice, the B&O erred on the side of sturdiness 
and built many of its early structures of granite. Even the track 
bed to which iron strap rail was affixed consisted of the stone. 

Though the granite soon proved too unforgiving and expensive 
for track, most of the B&O's monumental bridges have survived 
to this day, and many are still in active railroad use by CSX. Balti¬ 
more's Carrollton Viaduct, named in honor of Charles Carroll of 
Carrollton, was the B&O's first bridge, and is the world's second- 
oldest railroad bridge still carrying trains (the world's oldest is 
the Skerne Bridge, Darlington, UK of 1824-1825). The Thomas 
Viaduct in Relay, Maryland, was the longest bridge in the United 
States upon its completion in 1835. It also remains in use. The 
B&O made extensive use of the Bollman iron truss bridge design 
in the mid-19th century. Its durability and ease of assembly aided 
faster railroad construction. 

Note the Freemason garb on the laying of the first cornerstone 
as well. What does that tell you? 


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Chapter 15: The Great Tartary Railway Train Systems 207 

Luxurious Traveling by Rail 

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Mail Order Everything in 1895. How Was This Possible if Railways were just 

Mail order catalogues shipping everything to an 5 nvhere in 
USA in 1895 by rail. How did they get manufactures prod¬ 
ucts, get payments, etc?... The story goes.. "Our mail order 
methods meet many wants," wrote a poetic but anonymous 
copywriter on a page of the 1895 Montgomery Ward & Co. 
catalogue. He had a gift for understatement. At its zenith from 
the 1880s to the 1940s, Montgomery Ward, like its cross-town 
Chicago rival. Sears, sold virtually everything the average 

American could think of or 
desire—and by mail. This was 
a revolution, and Ward's fired 

the first shot. To buy spittoons, books of gospel hymns, hat pins, 
rifles, wagons, violins, birdcages, or portable bathtubs, purchases 
that used to require many separate trips to 
specialist merchants, suddenly all the Amer¬ 
ican shopper had to do was lick a stamp. This 
unabridged facsimile of the retail giant's 1895 
catalogue showcases some 25,000 items, from 
the necessities of life (flour, shirts) to products 
whose time has passed (ear trumpets). It is an 
important resource for antiquaries, students 
of Americana, writers of historical fiction, and 
anyone who wants to know how much his great-grandfather paid for his 
suspenders. It is a true record of an era". 

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And how impressive is it that Americans managed to construct all those classical buildings in 
just 147 years? Did they use the same architects all across the country? 

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Painted in 1865 by Constantino Brumidi, the 
Apotheosis of Washington in the eye of the U.S. 
Capitol Building's Rotunda depicts Freemason 
George Washington rising to the heavens in 
glory, flanked by female figures representing 
Liberty and Victory/Fame and surrounded by 
six groups of figures. The fresco is suspended 
180 feet above the Rotunda floor and covers an 

area of 4,664 square feet. The word "apothe¬ 
osis" in the title means literally the raising of a 
person to the rank of a god, or the glorification 
of a person as an ideal. Note the tombstone 

of George Washington states Freemason first above 1®‘ President of the 
United States. It shows us what the priorities were of those who buried the 1®‘ US President. Most 
US Presidents are Freemasons or Knights of Malta members. 


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US Post Office's... Just to Deliver Mail ??? 

So the story goes.. .and lasted just 1 V 2 years. 

By the 1850s, the popula¬ 
tion began to flow into the 
newly acquired Louisiana, 

Oregon and California territo¬ 
ries. Wagon trains transported 
some of the mail, but were 
often targets of ambushes 
and other tragedies. After 
the 1848 gold rush, the Post 
Office Department awarded 
a contract to the Pacific Mail 
Steamship Company to 
transport mail to California. 

During this time some mail 
was carried by the military 
between Fort Leavenworth 
and Santa Fe. 

The Overland Mail Company stage line of John Butterfield was also awarded a contract. The 
stages used the 2,800-mile southern route between Tipton, Missouri and San Francisco, Cali¬ 
fornia, specified as a 24-day run but often taking months. Californians felt their isolation from 
lack of regular mail so a better idea was needed. The fastest piece of mail in the history of the 
Pony Express was President Abraham Lincoln's inaugural address. It was carried to California in 
7 days and 17 hours. Although the Pony Express existed for only one and a half years it proved 
that the Central Route to California was usable year-round. On October 24,1861, the transconti¬ 
nental telegraph line was completed and the Pony Express, suffering from financial difficulties, 
was sold to Wells Fargo, and became a legend. 

The first airmail was transported in 1870 by letters in free balloons. It is difficult to think of 
balloons as a form of transportation, however, on September 23,1870, more than 500 pounds of 
mail was sent aloft. It is unknown to date if this mail has reached its destination. In 1911, demon¬ 
strations of airplane mail service were made in India, England and the United States. Although 
the Wright Brothers successfully flew in 1903, for only 12 minutes, it wasn't until near the end 
of World War 1 that planes with motors were used. 

We are told/ sold that all of these very similar massive structures were created within a couple 
of decades in the late 1800's to deliver and send mail, when they could only be delivered by 
stagecoach and horse and buggy. And the populations at the time in the cities, according to offi¬ 
cial US Census does not justify the immensity of the buildings? 

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Freemasonic Structures 

The Indianapolis Freemason Building built 
between 1927 and 1929 it is one of the most 
impressive structures of its type in the Midwest. 

Designed by local architectural firm Asmus and 
Clark, the Grand Lodge of Tennessee was built 
in 1925, a time when most architects designing 
monumental buildings turned to the Neoclassical 
style, also known as Classical Revival. 

The Detroit Masonic Temple is the world's 
largest Masonic Temple at 500 Temple Street. 
It was designed in the neo-gothic architectural 
style, using a great deal of limestone. 

IrHJ iai^apoLif ^cottiih Cathedral ^ Indianafulit, Indiana. 1^27 

The ritual building features 16 floors, stands 
210 feet (64 m) tall, with 1,037 rooms. Ground¬ 
breaking took place on Thanksgiving Day 




N ote that most of these Great Exhibitions and Amusement Parks only were erected, 
opened in less than one year at many sites, than were burned by fires, many immedi¬ 
ately thereafter. Sometimes by design and sometimes by 'accident'. There were over 75 
world exhibtion's before 1870! (Please see Appendix II for the list of the hundreds of exhibitions 
up to 1930). 

As you will read, the exhibitions worldwide were grandiose, extravagant, attended by millions, 
and brought people and resources from all around the world. This was likely the remnants of 
the fun, fun, fun loving Tartarian's. Also, the worldwide participation from as far away as the 
Samoa, Alaska, China, South America, Hawaii etc., means they would have had to sail all their 
equipment across the Oceans to come to these huge events. And how did they communicate with 
the world's people to get them to come and arrange for their travel, lodging and meet them at 

the docks, then carry and set up the incredibly elaborate displays.all using horse and buggy 

to build out the exhibitions. 

At the Chicago World's Exhibition in 1893 it is claimed that 14 of the entire population of the 
USA at that time had attended the fair. Again, how were they notified, where did they lodge 
and get transported? You will see some of the most amazing structures for education, community 
and EUN! The exhibition's excuse for hosting ranged from celebrating the opening of the Panama 
Canal, to the harvesting of electricity to the celebration of the Louisiana Purchase. Many times the 
event builders had to dredge record amounts of dirt and fill to hold the exhibitions on, or near 
water. Water, we will learn, is an energy conductor and was necessary to power the exhibitions 
to light them up at nighttime. 

I focused on providing narratives and images to the exhibitions from the 1850 -1930 because 
this was still considered before commercial airplanes, national highways and large-scale engines 
to move great stones and steel and such. It is also very interesting to note that during this time 
period there were 22 "International Exhibitions" being held during great economic hardships and 
even World War I that went from July 1914 to November 1918. Now how was this even possible 
given there was a World War going on at the same exact time. 

• 1914 - London - Anglo-American Exhibition 
• 1914 - ^3 Malmo, Sweden - Baltic Exhibition 

• 1914 - 1 I Boulogne-sur-Mer, France - International Exposition of Sea Fishery Industries 

• 1914 - 1 I Lyon, France - Exposition internationale urbaine de Lyon 
• 1914 - • Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo Taisho Exposition 


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• 1914 - Cologne, Germany - Werkbund Exhibition (1914) 

• 1914 - Bristol, United Kingdom - International Exhibition (1914)l*^' 

• 1914 - Nottingham, United Kingdom - Universal Exhibition (1914) (work begun on 
site 1913 but never held) 

• 1914 - ^ZS emarang, Dutch East Indies - Colonial Exhibition of Semarang (Colonial 

• 1914 - SIZ Kristiania, Norway - 1914 Jubilee Exhibition {Norges Jubileeumsutstilling) 

• 1914 - Baltimore, United States - National Star-Spangled Banner Centennial 

• 1914 - M Genoa, Italy - International exhibition of marine and maritime hygiene 

• 1915 - Casablanca, Morocco - Casablanca Fair of 1915 

• 1915 - San Francisco, United States - Panama-Pacific International Exposition Palace 
of Fine Arts 

• 1915 - Panama City, Panama - Exposicion Nacional de Panama (1915) 

• 1915 - Richmond, United States - Negro Historical and Industrial Exposition (1915) 

• 1915 - Chicago, United States - Lincoln Jubilee and Exposition (1915) 

• 1915-1916 - ^=S an Diego, United States - Panama-California Exposition 

• 1916 - £■ Wellington, New Zealand - British Commercial and Industrial Exhibition 

• 1918 - New York City, United States - Bronx International Exposition of Science, 
Arts and Industries!^^' 

• 1918 - Los Angeles, United States - California Liberty Fair (1918) 

There was also great economic crisis' and hardships during the time of the World Exhibitions. 

• Panic of 1857, a U.S. recession with bank failures 

• Panic of 1866, was an international financial downturn that accompanied the failure of 
Overend, Gurney and Company in London 

• Great Depression of British Agriculture (1873-1896) 

• Long Depression (1873-1896) 

• Panic of 1873, a US recession with bank failures, followed by a four-year depression with 
the Panic of 1884 

* Panic of 1893, a US recession with bank failures 

* Australian banking crisis of 1893 

* Panic of 1896 

• Panic of 1901, a U.S. economic recession that started with a fight for financial control of the 
Northern Pacific Railway 

• Panic of 1907, a U.S. economic recession with bank failures 

• Depression of 1920-21, a U.S. economic recession following the end of WWl 

• Wall Street Crash of 1929 and Great Depression (1929-1939) the worst depression of modern 

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The Great London Exhibition (1851) 

Lasting just 6 
months, More than 
14,000 exhibitors 
from around the 
world... 6,039,722 
visitors —equivalent 
to a third of the entire 
population of Britain 
at the time—visited 
the Great Exhi¬ 

bition. The Great 

Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations or The Great Exhibition (sometimes referred 
to as the Crystal Palace Exhibition in reference to the temporary structure in which it was held), 
an international exhibition, took place in Hyde Park, London, from 1 May to 15 October 1851. It 

was the first in a series of World's Fairs, exhi¬ 
bitions of culture and industry that became 
popular in the 19th century. The Great Exhi¬ 
bition was organized by Henry Cole and 
by Prince Albert, husband of the reigning 
monarch of the United Kingdom, Queen 
Victoria. Famous people of the time attended, 
including Charles Darwin, Karl Marx, Samuel 
Colt, members of the Orleanist Royal Family 
and the writers Charlotte Bronte, Charles 
Dickens, Lewis Carroll, George Eliot, Alfred 
Tennyson and William Makepeace Thackeray. 
The Crystal Palace was an enormous success, 
considered an architectural marvel, but also 
an engineering triumph that showed the importance of the Exhibition itself. The building was 
later moved and re-erected in 1854 in enlarged form at Sydenham Hill in south London, an area 
that was renamed Crystal Palace. It was 
destroyed by fire on 30 November 1936. 

Visitors "could watch the entire process 
of cotton production from spinning to 
finished cloth. Scientific instruments 
were found in class X, and included elec¬ 
tric telegraphs, microscopes, air pumps 
and barometers, as well as musical, horo- 
logical and surgical instruments." 

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Paris Exposition Universelle of 1855 & 1889 

The Exposition Universelle of 1855 was an International Exhi¬ 
bition held on the Champs-Elysees in Paris from 15 May to 15 
November 1855. Lasted only 6 months, then destroyed. The exposi¬ 
tion covered 16 hectares (40 acres) with 34 countries participating. 

According to its official report, 5,162,330 visitors attended the 
exposition. The arts displayed were shown in a separate pavilion 
on Avenue Montaigne. There were works from artists from 29 
countries. For the exposition, Napoleon III requested a classifica¬ 
tion system for France's best Bordeaux wines which were to be on 
display for visitors from around the world. Brokers from the wine 
industry ranked the wines according to a chMeau's reputation and 
trading price, which at that time was directly related to quality. The result was the important 
Bordeaux Wine Official Classification of 1855. 

The Exposition Universelle of 1889 was a world's fair held in Paris, 
France, from 6 May to 31 October 1889, lasting only 6 months. It was the 
fourth of eight expositions held in the city 
between 1855 and 1937. It attracted more 
than thirty-two million visitors. The most 
famous structure created for the Expo¬ 
sition, and still remaining, is the Eiffel 
Tower. One important goal of the Expo¬ 
sition was to present the latest in science 
and technology. Thomas Edison visited 
the Exposition to visit a pavilion devoted to his recent inven¬ 
tions, including an improved phonograph with clearer sound 
quality. Another new technology that was promoted at the Exposition was the safety elevator, 

developed by a new American company, Otis Elevator. Otis 
built the elevators carrying passengers up the legs of the 
Eiffel Tower to the first level. When journalists expressed 
concern about the safety of the elevators, Otis technicians 
filled one elevator with three 
thousand kilograms of lead, 
simulating passengers, and 
then, with journalists from 
around the world watching, 
cut the cable with an axe. 

The elevator's fall was 
halted ten feet above the ground by the Otis safety brakes. There 
were pavilions especially devoted to the telephone and to electricity, 
and others devoted to maritime navigation, and another, the Palais 
de Guerre or Palace of War, to developments in military technology, 
such as naval artillery. 

Chapter 17: Grand Exhibitions & Amazing Amusement Parks 225 

1897 Brussels International Exposition 

The Brussels International Exposition of 1897 was a World's fair 
held in Brussels, Belgium, from May 1897 through November 1897, 
lasting just 7 months. There were 27 participating countries, and an 
estimated attendance of 7.8 million people! A public favorite at the 
World's fair was Vieux-Bruxelles (also called Bruxelles-Kermesse), a 
miniature city and theme park evoking Brussels around 1830. Some¬ 
what foreshadowing Main Street at Disneyland, Vieux-Bruxelles offered 
visitors nostalgic, smaller-size reproductions of historic buildings. 

Melbourne International Exhibition (1880) 

The Melbourne International Exhibition is the eighth World's fair 
officially recognized by the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) 
and the first official World's Fair in the Southern Hemisphere. The 
Melbourne International Exhibition was held from 1 October 1880 until 30 April 1881. It was the 
second international exhibition to be held in Australia, the first being held the previous year in 
Sydney. 1.459 million people visited the exhibition. 

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National Exposition of Brazil, Rio de 
Janeiro (1908) 

The national commemorative Exhibition of the 
centenary of the opening of the Ports of Brazil, also 
known as Brazilian National Exposition of 1908 or the 
National Exposition of Brazil at Rio de Janeiro, marked 
a hundred years since the opening of the Brazilian ports 
and celebrated Brazil's trade and development^' It 
opened in Urea, Rio de Janeiro on 11 August, stayed open 
for only 3 months and received over 1 million visitors. 

Russian Industrial & Art Exhibition Novgorod, Russia (1896) 

The All-Russia Industrial and Art exhibition 1896 in Nizhny Novgorod was held from May 
28 (June 9 N.S.) till October 1 (13 N.S.), 1896. The 1896 exhibition was the largest pre-revolution 
exhibition in the Russian Empire and was organized with money allotted by Nicholas II, Emperor 
of Russia.The exhibition demonstrated the best achievements of the industrial development in 
Russia that began in the latter part of the 19th century. 

• an early radio receiver (thunderstorm register) designed by Alexander Stepanovich Popov; 

• the first Russian automobile designed by Evgeniy Yakovlev and Pyotr Freze; 

• the world's first hyperboloid steel tower-shell (Shukhov |—-- 

Tower) and the world's first steel lattice hanging and 

arch-like overhead covers-shells 

Chapter 17: Grand Exhibitions & Amazing Amusement Parks 227 

The Many Many USA Expositions and Exhibitions from 1838 -1930 

And so the Story goes... 

The first Exposition in the US was held in Cincinnati in 1838. It was actually a Fair of the Ohio 
Mechanics Institute held in the nation's first permanent exhibition hall. Other cities began holding 
similar expos, and building similar Exposition Halls - some grander than others, but all were 
based on the same principal - they needed to be large and impressive and able to be built quickly. 

And then there were the international expositions, which generally began with London's famous 
Crystal Palace in 1851. It's stated plan was "to illustrate British Industrial Development". Since 
other nations were invited to participate, they each hoped to outdo each other. This exposition 
was so successful that other Expos followed in the major cities of Europe. This, of course led to 
the establishment of "World Fairs"and then after the success of the Industrial Expositions in the 
US, the State Fairs began as a way to let rural America participate. 

1893 Chicago's World Columbian Exposition 

With State Fairs, there was no longer a need for the yearly Industrial Expositions. Meant to 
celebrate the 400th anniversary of Columbus's arrival to the New World, the 1893 Columbian 
Exposition was better known for its grand vision into the future. Also called the Chicago World's 
Fair, its organizers tried to outdo the Paris Exposition Universelle of 1889. They managed to stun 
the world with a 690-acre city-within-a-city that showcased 65,000 exhibits. Columbian Exposition 
electricity transformed night skies across America and would soon shape the future. 

More than 27 million people-approximately one infour Americans—visited the fair by its close 
six months later on Monday, October 30. Chicago had just 'risen from the ashes' of the Great 
Chicago Fire, which had destroyed much of the city in 1871. Almost all of the fair's structures 
were designed to be temporary; of the more than 200 buildings erected for the fair, the only two 
which still stand in place are the Palace of Fine Arts and the World's Congress Auxiliary Building. 
These plans were abandoned in July 1894, when much of the fairgrounds was destroyed in a fire. 
Visitors saw a multitude of spectacular new developments including dish washers and a giant 
ferris wheel. But it was the new-fangled electricity and all the wondrous contraptions it ran that 
captured their imaginations. 

Like the Great Exhibit in England 1851, this fair had far reaching impact.. Its scale and gran¬ 
deur far exceeded the other world's fairs, and it became a symbol of the emerging American 
Exceptionalism, much in the same way that the Great Exhibition became a symbol of the Victorian 
era United Kingdom. Edison General Electric, which at the time was merging with the Thom- 
son-Houston Electric Company to form General Electric, put in a US$1.72 million bid to power 
the Fair and its planned 93,000 incandescent lamps with direct current. 

Visitor could marvel at the wonders of modern technology and during the evenings the build¬ 
ings were rigged with brilliant light displays courtesy of Nikola Tesla himself. Chicago's 1893 
World's Columbian Exposition was particularly successful — and famous — thanks in part to a 
staggering array of cultural and technological marvels which debuted there, including some of 
the first demonstrations of electrical power, the world's first Ferris Wheel, and the first servings 
of the candied popcorn that would later be dubbed "Cracker Jacks." Nearly all the halls and 
pavilions at the fair were temporary. 

Chapter 17: Grand Exhibitions & Amazing Amusement Parks 229 

The Ferris Wheel was a favorite amusement powered 
by electricity. George Washington Gale Ferris carried more 
than 1.5 million riders to the dizzying height of a 24-story 
building where they could view three states at once. The 
first giant Ferris wheel had steep highs and lows. The 
Midway Plaisance was open for fun well into the night 
thanks to AC electric lighting. 

One of the fair's favorite attractions was a 4,500-foot 
moving sidewalk with benches for its passengers. It only 
cost a nickel. The sidewalk was designed primarily to carry 
passengers who arrived by steamboats. It was capable of 

moving up to 6,000 
people at a time, up to 
six miles per hour. 

The Midway was an area for amusement, where specta¬ 
tors could casually catch a ride in a hot air balloon, watch 
a sideshow, or view the fair in all of its entirety in a new 
invention called a Ferris wheel. 

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Chapter 17: Grand Exhibitions & Amazing Amusement Parks 231 

Women's Public Art & Architecture 

Sophia Hayden, one of the few women architects in nineteenth-century 
America, graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and, 
as her first project, designed the 80,000 square-foot, two-story building 
called the Woman's Building. 

A young woman, Hayden evidently suffered some kind of break¬ 
down by the end of the project and never again designed a building. In 
charge of this all-woman project was a Board of Lady Managers chaired 
by Bertha Potter Palmer, a wealthy and influential patron of the arts. 

Placing women in charge of their own building was considered a rather 
revolutionary idea at the time and was not enthusiastically supported 
by some Fair authorities. 

When the World's Fair opened in 
1893, equal rights for women was still 
a futuristic dream. American women 
couldn't vote and were relegated to the 
margins of public life. But the times 
they were slowly changing. Prominent 
women spoke at the Fair about a number 
of issues, including women's right icon 
Susan B. Anthony, labor rights reformer 
Florence Kelley, and abolitionist Julia 
Ward Howe. When the Chicago World's 
Fair was funded through Congress, 
money was specifically allocated to 
make sure that women were represented. By authorizing and funding the Chicago fair's Board 
of Lady Managers [in 1893], Congress was in fact recognizing the increasingly organized and 
influential role of women in American society. New technologies such as domestic plumbing, 
canning, commercial ice production, and the sewing machine had freed middle-class women from 
many household tasks, and more and more women were entering college and the professions. 
Many, including upper-class and professional women, were also joining social reform groups, 
and these women's organizations had, in turn, organized to increase their visibility and influence. 

Despite the presence of prominent women at the Fair, there were still some important slights. 
The Fair's single largest event, held on July 4,1893, didn't include a single woman speaker. In 
response, five women from the National Woman Suffrage Association stormed the Independence 
Day program and handed a copy of their Declaration of Rights for Women to the chairman of 
the event. Women in the United States wouldn't get the vote until nearly three decades later with 
the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1920. 

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The Strange Presentations of Infant Incubators at the World's Fairs 

Neopremie babies, struggling for their lives, 
were transferred from hospitals to show off 
the new incubators at many World Exhibi¬ 
tions. Some died due to infection from human 
contact! The ran these "exhibits" until 1940. 

And the store goes ... 

The babies in incubators were a common 
sideshow in the late 19th and early 20th 
centuries. Premature infants could be found 
at world's fairs and in permanent exhibitions 
like the one at Luna Park. Although infant 
incubators were invented in the year 1888 by 
Drs. Alan M. Thomas and Wi ll i am Champion, 
these devices were not immediately widely used. To increase awareness of the benefits these 
units provided, infant incubators containing premature babies were displayed at the 1897,1898, 
1901, and 1904 World Fairs. 

Pierre Budin, a French physician who wondered why more hospitals weren't investing in 
incubators. The 1896 World's Fair was the first babies were displayed. There, Martin Couney, 
a German man, saw a display of several premature babies Budin had acquired on loan from a 
Berlin hospital (say what???). Couney immediately realized that the unusual exhibit would save 
babies' lives, and that the public would pay to see babies in incubators. The sight was so unusual 
that people crowded into the display, paying money while the doctors gave new life to the six 
infants. Couney ran the exhibits for decades, even enlisting his daughter Hildegard, the preemie 
who survived, to help at an Atlantic City incubator exhibit. He took the babies at no charge and 

Newspapers advertised the incubators with 
"lives are being preserved by this method." 
The exhibit required an entrance fee of twen¬ 
ty-five cents and visitors could also purchase 
souvenirs and refreshments from the adjoining 
shop and cafe. There were some setbacks with 
the infant incubator display as the sanitary 
conditions were not always consistent and some 
babies died ofillnessl The incubator area was 
then modified by installing glass walls to sepa¬ 
rate the babies from visitors, thus decreasing 
the exposure of the infants. Now known as 
"isolettes," these units are a vital component to 
caring for neonates in modern neonatal inten¬ 
sive care units. 

received them from hospitals all over the country. 

Chapter 17: Grand Exhibitions & Amazing Amusement Parks 233 

The Incredible Light Shows of Electricity with Edison & Tesla 
or the Story goes... 

It was the new-fangled electricity and all the 
wondrous contraptions it ran that captured the imagi¬ 
nations of all who attended the exhibition. Since much 
of the fair was run by AC power, visitors were able 
to experience the profound changes electricity would 
soon make in their daily lives. Outside the venues, 
an elevated railroad carried 50,000 visitors per hour, 
while within the venues, visitors were transported 
by a loop-line elevated electric railcar, an electric boat 
on a canal, and a moving sidewalk. 

Famed Journalist, Murat Halstead wrote in Cosmo¬ 
politan: "The Fair, considered as an electrical exposition 
only, would be well worthy of the attention of the world. Look from a distance at night, upon 

the broad spaces it fills, and the majestic sweep of the 
searching lights, and it is as if the earth and sky were 
transformed by the immeasurable wands of colossal 
magicians. The superb dome of the structure, that is 
the central glory of the display, is glowing as if bound 
by wreaths of stars. It is electricity! When the whole 
casket is illuminated, the cornices of the palaces of the 
White City are defined with celestial fire. The waters 
that are at play leap and flash with it. There are borders 
of lamps around the lagoon. 

The Button That Turned On The Columbian Exposition Electricity 

On May 1 (May Day), 1893, throngs of people anxiously 
waited for President Grover Cleveland to press the button 
that was wired in Washington to electrify the fair. It was 
similar to those used in most telegraph offices, but this 
one was gold instead of steel. The dates 1492 -1893 were 
painted in silver on the bottom level of the three-tiered 

pyramid sitting 
on the ceremonial 
table. Although 

only the lightest touch was necessary. President Cleveland 
brought his fist down with such force he nearly shattered 
the button. 

234 The One World Tartarians 

People swarmed to Chicago for a glimpse of the future. 

The Chicago World's Fair introduced a stunningly long 
list of new products that remain on shelves to this day. 

Among them were Juicy Fruit gum. Cracker Jacks, spray 
paint and Shredded Wheat. Also included in the list 
were products powered by electricity that would rede¬ 
fine American lives. Among them were Fax machines, 
telephones, an electric railway, neon lights, bed warmers, 
fans, radiators, and a cure-all electric belt. The Columbian 
Exposition electricity building featured a fully electric 
kitchen complete with a small range, hot plate, broiler, 
kettle and saucepan. 

The touch of that button set the great Allis engine at Machinery Hall in Chicago into motion. In 
one profound moment, the Columbian Exposition electricity sparked the fair to life, ushering in 
the electric age. The White City incorporated electricity into every aspect of the fair. It also meant 
the fair would remain open at night. The Westinghouse space reserved a section in the building 

for Nikola Tesla. His exhibit featured many of his early 
AC devices. Among them were motors, armatures, and 
generators, phosphorescent signs, fluorescent lamps and 
neon lamps. He also displayed vacuum tubes illumi¬ 
nated by means of wireless transmission, his rotating 
egg of Columbus and sheets of crackling light created 
by high-frequency discharges between two insulated 
plates. Of course, Tesla's presence was felt in more 
than just his display. His work in AC power systems 
touched virtually every part of the fair. Westinghouse's 
successful implementation of AC across the fair was 
publicized worldwide. 

His 12,000-horsepower AC polyphase generators powered the fair effectively and safely. 
Even skeptics like Lord Kelvin had to recognize the superiority of AC, which had been greatly 
advanced by Tesla. In 1893 Westinghouse Electric designed a large AC system for Niagara Falls. 
It was activated on August 26,1895. Niagara Falls was the final victory of Tesla's Polyphase 
Alternating Current (AC) Electricity, which is today lighting the entire globe. On November 15*, 
1896, the City of Buffalo joined the power grid 
being generated from Niagara Falls, approximately 
26 miles away. It became the first long distance 
transmission of steady supplies of clean, carbon- 
free hydroelectricity for commercial purposes. 

Not just Chicago, but nearly every other World 
Fair were lit up with Free Energy. 

The Electricity Building was one of the most 
popular attractions at the fair. Electricity was still 
a novelty for people in 1893. At night, the inside 

Chapter 17: Grand Exhibitions & Amazing Amusement Parks 235 

of the building was lit up much brighter than the other Eiectridiy Buiwirig 
buildings in the fair. There was music playing from 
phonographs, motion picture viewing stations, and a 
model house filled with electric appliances. 

This exhibit was said to 
display the technological 
leap society would make 
with the usage of the 
electric power as much 
of the world still relied 
on alternative sources of 

light such as daylight, candles, and gas or oil lighting. The massive 
Electricity Building was 350 ft. in length and 767 ft. long or more 
than 1 football field wide by 7 football fields in length! The story 

was composed of a series of galleries connected across the nave by 8 
bridges, with access by 8 grand staircases. The east and west central pavilions were composed 
of two towers 168 ft. high. In front of these two was a great portico composed of the Corinthian 
order with full columns. The central feature was a great semi-circular window, above which, 
102 feet above the ground, was a coloimade forming an open loggia, or gallery, commanding a 
spectacular view over the Lagoon and all the north portion of the grounds. 

236 The One World Tartarians 

1901 Buffalo Pan American Exhibition 

The Pan-American Exposition was a World's Fair held 
in Buffalo, New York, United States, from May 1 through 
November 2,1901. The fair occupied 350 acres (0.55 sq mi) 
of land on the western edge of what is now Delaware Park, 
extending from Delaware Avenue to Elmwood Avenue 
and northward to Great Arrow Avenue. It is remembered 
today primarily for being the location of the assassina¬ 
tion of United States President William McKinley at the 
Temple of Music on September 6,1901. The exposition 
was illuminated at night. Thomas A. Edison, Inc. filmed 

it during the day and a pan of it at night. On the 
^ day prior to the shooting, McKinley had given an 

address at the exposition, which began as follows: 
" Expositions are the timekeepers of progress. 
They record the world's advancement. They stim¬ 
ulate the energy, enterprise, and intellect of the 
people; and quicken human genius. They go into 
the home. They broaden and brighten the daily 
life of the people. They open mighty storehouses 
of information to the student". The newly devel¬ 
oped X-ray machine was displayed at the fair, but 
doctors were reluctant to use it on McKinley to 
search for the bullet because they did not know 
what side effects it might have had on him. Also, 
the operating room at the exposition's emergency 
hospital did not have any electric lighting, even 
though the exteriors of many of the buildings were 
covered with thousands of light bulbs. Doctors 
used a pan to reflect sunlight onto the operating 
table as they treated McKinley's wounds. 

WQrti Fm \n Bvrfu#. Htw Y-Mk. 1901 

Chapter 17: Grand Exhibitions & Amazing Amusement Parks 237 

St. Louis World's Fair 1904 

The Louisiana Purchase Exposition, informally known as the 
St. Louis World's Fair, was an international exposition held in 
St. Louis, Missouri, United States, from April 30 to December 1, 

1904, a 7 month event. Local, state, and federal funds totaling $15 
million were used to finance the event. More than 60 countries 
and 45 American states-maintained exhibition spaces at the fair, 
which was attended by nearly 19.7 million people]?] There were 
over 1,500 buildings, connected by some 75 miles (121 km) of 
roads and walkways. It was said to be impossible to give even 
a hurried glance at everything in less than a week. The Palace 
of Agriculture alone covered some 20 acres. 

Wireless telephone - The "wireless telephony" unit or "radio¬ 
phone" installed at the St. Louis World Fair was a thing of 
wonder to the crowds. Music or spoken messages were trans¬ 
mitted from an apparatus within the Palace of Electricity to a 
telephone receiver out in the courtyard. The receiver, which 
was attached to nothing, when placed to the ear allowed a visitor to hear the transmission. This 
radiophone, invented by Alexander Graham Bell, consisted of a transmitter which transformed 
sound waves into light waves and a receiver which converted the light waves back into sound 
waves. This technology has since developed into the radio and early mobile phones. 

Early fax machine - The telautograph, the precursor to the modern-day fax machine, was 
invented in 1888 by the American scientist, Elisha Gray who at one point in time contested Alex¬ 
ander Graham Bell's invention of the telephone. The telautograph was a device which could send 
electrical impulses to the receiving pen of the device, in order to be able to recreate drawings to 
a piece of paper while a person simultaneously wrote them longhand on the other end of the 
device. In 1900, Gray's assistant, Foster Ritchie, improved upon the original design, and it was 
this device that was displayed at the 1904 World's Fair and marketed for the next thirty years. 

Personal automobile - One of the most popular attractions of the Exposition was contained in 
the Palace of Transportation: automobiles and motor cars.^^"^' The automobile display contained 
140 models including ones powered by gasoline, steam, and electricity. The private automobile 
first made its public debut at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Four years after the Louisiana 
Purchase Exposition, the Ford Motor Company began producing the Ford Model T making the personal 
automobile more affordable. 

Airplane - The 1904 World's Fair hosted the first-ever "Airship Contest" since aerial navigation 
was still in its infancy at this time. The Exposition offered a grand prize of $100,000 to the airship 
or other flying machine with the best time through a course marked out by stationary air balloons 
while travelling at least 15 miles per hour. Although none were able to earn the grand prize, the 
contest did witness the first public dirigible flight in America as well as numerous other flights 
made by various airships. This was the first major event in a history of aviation in St. Louis leading to 
the city's nickname, Flight City. The science of aerial navigation continued to develop and has been 
mastered since the 1904 Exposition. Interestingly the Wright Brothers flew the very first model 
airplane at Kitty hawk. North Carolina in December of 1903! 

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St. Louis mayor Rolla Wells, Frank D. Hershberg, Florence 
Hayward, Fair president David R. Francis, Archbishop John J. 
Glennon, and Vatican commissioner Signor Coquitti (1 to r) at the 
opening of theVatican Exhibit at the 1904 World's Fair. 

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In the late 19th Century, a number of 
cities on the Great Plains constructed 
"crop palaces" (also known as "grain 
palaces") to promote themselves and 
their products. As the idea succeeded, 
it spread, including: a Corn Palace 
in Sioux City, Iowa, that was active 
from 1887-1891. The original Mitchell 
Corn Palace (known as "The Corn 
Belt Exposition") was built in 1892 
to showcase the rich soil of South 
Dakota and encourage people to 
settle in the area. In 1904-1905, the 
city of Mitchell mounted a challenge 
to the city of Pierre in an unsuccessful attempt to replace it 
as the state capital of South Dakota. As part of this effort, 
the Corn Palace was rebuilt in 1905. In 1921, the Corn Palace 
was rebuilt once again, with a design by the architectural 
firm Rapp and Rapp of Chicago. Russian-style onion domes 
and Moorish minarets were added in 1937, giving the Palace the 
distinctive appearance that it has today, (so they just decided 
Moorish minarets and onion domes would look cool?). And 
why such a massive post office needed. 

The map published in 1888. Population of Sioux City as 
35,000. Council Bluffs, Iowa Post Office 1888 




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Fun, Fun, Fun Were The Tartarians 

Over 300 major league amusement parks 
were "built" across the USA from the 1860's - the 
1920's, or 5 per state. Then they caught fire 
or were torn down. Coney Island alone had 
3 major amusement park re-creations where 
to recreate, yet we have been told/ sold that 
the USA class of immigrants were dirt poor 
and were put to work 6-7 hours per day. This 
is all before the Industrial "Evolution" kicked 
into high gear, so again, we are told, labor 
using horse n' buggy, erected the iron, steel 
and concrete while plans for the design of 
the parks still remain a mystery. 

White City is the common name of dozens 
of amusement parks in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. Inspired by the 
White City and Midway Plaisance sections of the World's Columbian Exhibition of 1893, the parks 
started gaining in popularity in the last few years of the 19th century. After the 1901 Pan-American 
Exposition inspired the first Luna Park in Coney Island, a frenzy in building amusement parks 
(including those to be named White City, Luna Park, and Electric Park) ensued in the first two 
decades of the 20th century. Before the end of the year 1900, White City amusement parks were 
making their appearance in Philadelphia (1898 - it was also known as Chestnut Hill Park) and 
Cleveland (1900). Soon, some long-established parks changed their names to White City upon 
the addition of amusement rides and a midway (Seattle, for example). 

As the American amusement park was 
increasing in popularity in the first few years 
of the 1900s, the success of the 1901 Pan-Amer¬ 
ican Exposition (particularly its "Trip to the 
Moon" ride, featuring "Luna Park") led to the 
first Luna Park in Coney Island in 1903... and 
an explosion of nearly identical amusement 
parks soon followed. There were roughly 250 
amusements operating in the United States in 
1899; the number almost tripled (700) by 1905; 
and more than doubled again (to 1500) by 
1919 - and these latter figures do not include 
the amusement parks that were opened and permanently closed by then. 

Like their Luna Park and Electric Park cousins, a typical White City park featured a shoot-the- 
chutes and lagoon, a roller coaster (usually a figure eight or a mountain railway), a midway, a 
Ferris wheel, games, and a pavilion. Some White City parks featured miniature railroads. Many 
cities had two (or all three) of the Electric Park/Luna Park/White City triumvirate in their 
vicinity... with each trying to outdo the others with new attractions. The competition was fierce, 
often driving the electric parks out of business due to increased cost due to equipment upgrades 

Chapter 17: Grand Exhibitions & Amazing Amusement Parks 241 

and upkeep and increasing insurance costs. More than a few succumbed to fire. Only one park 
that was given the White City name continues to operate today: Denver's White City, opened in 
1908, is currently Lakeside Amusement Park. 

Denmark's Tivoli Gardens first opened in 1843, when showman Georg Carstensen persuaded 
King Christian Vlll to let him build a pleasure garden outside the walls of Copenhagen. Originally 
constructed on around 20 acres of land, Carstensen's creation featured a series of oriental-inspired 
buildings, a lake fashioned from part of the old city moat, flower gardens and bandstands lit 
by colored gas lamps. The park quickly became a Copenhagen institution, and won fame for its 
"Tivoli Boys Guard," a collection of uniformed adolescents who paraded around the premises 
playing music for visitors. Tivoli later added an iconic pantomime theater in 1878, and by the 
early 1900s it featured more traditional amusement park fare including a wooden roller coaster 
called the Bjergbanen, or "Mountain Coaster," as well as bumper cars and carousels. Tivoli 
Gardens was nearly burned to the ground by Nazi sympathizers during World War 11, but the 
park reopened after only a few weeks and remains in operation to this day. 

Coney Island Amusement Parks 

Opened in 1897 by entrepreneur 
George C. Tilyou, Steeplechase 
Park was the first of three major 
amusement parks that put New 
York's Coney Island on the map. The 
park took its name from its signa¬ 
ture attraction, a 1,100-foot steel 
track where patrons could race one 
another on mechanical horses, but 
it also included a Ferris Wheel, a 
space-inspired ride called "Trip to 
the Moon" and a miniature railroad. 

While Tilyou intended Steeplechase 
to be the family-friendly antidote to 
Coney Island's seamier side, some 
rides still ventured into territory that was risque by Victorian standards. Attractions like the 
"Whichaway" and the "Human Pool Table" tossed strangers against one another and gave couples 
an excuse to canoodle, and the wildly popular Blowhole Theater allowed spectators to watch 
as air vents blew up unsuspecting female guests' skirts. As the ladies struggled to cover them¬ 
selves, a clown would shock their male counterparts with a cattle prod. Fire destroyed much of 
Tilyou's park in 1907, but he responded by building a more elaborate Steeplechase that remained 
in operation until the 1960s. Ever the showman, he even charged ten cents for visitors to view 
the charred ruins of the original park. 

Coney Island's Dreamland only operated for seven years between 1904 and 1911, but during 
that time it established itself as one of the most ambitious amusement parks ever constructed. 
The brainchild of a former senator named William H. Reynolds, the site included a labyrinth of 
unusual rides and attractions lit by an astounding one million electric light bulbs. 

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Visitors to Dreamland could charter a 
gondola through a recreation of the canals of 
Venice, brave gusts of refrigerated air during 
a train ride through the mountains of Swit¬ 
zerland or relax at a Japanese teahouse. They 
could also watch a twice-daily disaster spec¬ 
tacle where scores of actors fought a fire at 
a mock six-story tenement building, or pay 
a visit to Lilliputia, a pint-sized European 
village where some 300 little people lived full 
time. Dreamland featured everything from 
freak shows and wild animals to imported Somali warriors and Eskimos, but perhaps its most 
unusual offering was an exhibit where visitors could observe premature babies being kept alive 
using incubators, which were then still a new and untested technology. The infants proved a huge 
hit, but they and many other attractions had to be evacuated in May 1911, when a fire — ironically 
triggered at a ride called the Hell Gate — leveled the property and shut Dreamland down for good. 

Founded in 1903 by theme park impresarios Ered Thompson and Skip Dundy, Coney Island's 
Luna Park consisted of a gaudy cluster of domed buildings and towers illuminated by an eye-pop- 
ping 250,000 light bulbs. The park specialized in high concept rides that transported visitors 
to everywhere from 20,000 leagues under the sea to the North Pole and even the surface of the 
moon. A trip to Luna could also serve as a stand in for world travel. 

After a ride on an elephant, patrons could stroll a simulated "Streets of Delhi" populated by 
dancing girls and costumed performers — many of them actually shipped in from India — or take 
a tour through mock versions of Italy, Japan and Ireland. If they grew tired of walking, visitors 
could relax in grandstands and watch the "War of the Worlds," a miniature, pyrotechnic-heavy 
sea battle in which the American Navy decimated an invading European armada. The park's 
owners also cashed in on the popularity of disaster rides by staging recreations of the destruction 
of Pompeii and the Galveston flood of 1900. The carnage reenacted in these attractions became 
all too real in 1944, when Luna fell victim to a three-alarm fire that began in one of its bathrooms. 
The original site closed for good a few years after the blaze, but the iconic name "Luna Park" is 
still used by dozens of amusement parks around the globe. 

First opened in 1893, Saltair was a desert oasis situated on the south shore of Utah's Great Salt Lake. 
The Mormon Church originally commissioned the site in the hope of creating a wholesome "Coney 
Island of the West" without the perceived sleaziness of the New York original. Their family-friendly 
park proved an instant hit, as scores of visitors arrived by train from nearby Salt Lake City to enjoy 
music, dancing and bathing in the lake's saline-rich waters. Saltair's most striking attraction was 
its gargantuan pavilion, a four-story wonder adorned with domes and minarets that sat above the 
lake on more than 2,000 wood pilings. Along with touring this "Pleasure Palace on Stilts," visitors 
could also show off their moves on a sprawling dance floor, ride roller coasters and carousels, and 
watch fireworks displays and hot air balloon shows. The park boasted nearly half a million visitors 
a year until 1925, when the iconic centerpiece burned in a fire. A rebuilt Saltair opened soon after, 
but it failed to capture the magic—or the revenues —of the original. The park closed its doors for 
good in 1958, and its abandoned pavilion was later destroyed in a second fire in 1970. 

Chapter 17: Grand Exhibitions & Amazing Amusement Parks 243 

Luna Parle's Loop the Loap 

Coney Island’s Ponies 

Coney Island Camels 

The Helter Skelter 

Luna Park’s, “The Teaser" 

Elephants Marching Through the The Goat Carriages 

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Pacific Northwest Amusement Parks 

Council Crest Park 1907 set on Spokane's Natatorium Park opened in 1889 

a Mountain top 1200' high 

740 . 


Luna Park in West Seattle 
operated from 1907 to 1913 

Artist's conception of Oaks Park circa 1904. 

The Oaks aka the Coney 
Island of the Northwest, 
opened 1905 

Chapter 17: Grand Exhibitions & Amazing Amusement Parks 245 


The original "Luna Park" on Coney Island was a massive spectacle of rides, ornate towers 
and buildings covered in 250,000 electric lights. The park opened in 1903, and was destroyed 41 
years later in 1944 by a massive fire that destroyed much of the park. 

Below, Brazil (1908) and Kansas City exhibitions (1907) were lit up at nighttime. Walt Disney 
cited the second Kansas City Electric Park as his primary inspiration for the design of the first 
modern theme park, Disneyland. 

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Construction and Destruction of the Chicago World's Fair 1893 

The story goes that these World Fairs and Exhibitions were only meant to be temporary and 
construction was mainly paper Mache and facings to create artificial constructs. This is clearly 
debunked showing these pictures from the construction phase 
of the Chicago World Fair, which ran less than a year, then 
torched. Though they used Tartarian structures, they were 
modified and added to the existing structure. Look at the men 
atop the steel dome structures...amazing! 




T he first Cliff House was built in 
1858, above Ocean Beach, in west 
San Francisco. It has been rebuilt 
five times since for various reasons, such 
as remodeling or damage. 

In 1894, the third, and most photo¬ 
graphed, incarnation of the house was built 
by Adolph Sutro, a successful mining engi¬ 
neer. Sutro built the seven-story mansion 
in Victorian style, an elaborately decorated 
structure dubbed the "Gingerbread House." 

Cliff House was the scene of a number 
of historic events, including several ship¬ 
wrecks. A wreck in 1887 caused damage to 
the second Cliff House when the dynamite on the ship exploded. The first ship-to-shore transmis¬ 
sion, using Morse Code, was received here in 1899 and in 1905; the first radio voice transmission 
was sent from the house to a point a mile and a half away. 

Cliff House survived the earthquake that struck San Francisco in 1906 with only minor damage. 
It burned to the ground the following year, however. Sutro's daughter began the construction of 
a new Cliff House restaurant in 1908, but on a vastly smaller scale. 



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San Francisco Sutro Bath Houses 

Once the largest indoor swimming establishment in the world. 

Built in 1896 by former mayor and eccentric mining tycoon Adolph Sutro, the Sutro Baths were 
a wonder of their time. The biggest indoor natatorium of its kind, the Baths used sea water from 
adjacent Ocean Beach to fill six saltwater pools, and featured one freshwater pool, hundreds 
of dressing rooms, slides, springboards, a large amphitheater, and later an ice rink. Sutro died 
while the Baths were successful, and the attraction continued in popularity until it fell into disuse 
during the hard economic times of the 1920s and 30s. Planned development along the oceanfront 
property and multiple fires meant the Baths' demise in 1966. The Baths remain a centerpiece of 
the west side of the city's history and its ruins are still explored by locals and tourists alike today. 
The Sutro Baths opened in 1890, and was intended for the working people of San Francisco, who could 
take his train out to the ocean sand dunes and play in the pools, enjoying the day swimming, 
exploring his museum and eating in the restaurants. There were musical performances and dance 
competitions, and other amusements provided for his guests, who could make a whole day of it 
at the Baths. Covering three acres, six tide-fed seawater pools of varying sizes and temperatures 
were housed under enormous glass arches. The construction required 10,000 barrels of cement, 
1.7 million gallons of sea water, and $1 million 1896 dollars. A promenade overlooking the pools 
featured a museum of curiosities collected by Sutro on his travels, including exotic plants, taxi¬ 
dermy, geologic specimens, and Egyptian mummies. Guests could avail themselves of 500 tiny 
dressing rooms and observation bleachers with seating for 3700 spectators. 

Sutro kept the fees low so most city residents could afford to come: 5 cents for the train and 
25 cents to swim (including a swimsuit and towel to use). Up to 25,000 bathers could fit into the 
Baths on a given day, and more than 1600 could be accommodated in the 517 private dressing 
rooms (conveniently, there were 40,000 towels available for rent). The entire establishment was 
constructed inside an enormous three-peaked glass enclosure. According to visitors' reports, a 
great deal of the structure was made from stained glass, and the baths below were frequently 
dappled with rainbow colors from the sun shining down through the roof. Sutro placed dozens of 
display cases full of his memorabilia from trips around the world—including, weirdly enough, a 
mummy—all throughout the halls to make his attraction educational too. The place almost sounds 
like a direct ancestor of the sumptuous discos and raves for which San Francisco is still famous. 

Next to the Cliff House at Great Highway and Point Lobos. The baths, built by legendary local 
weirdo Adolph Sutro must have been a sight to behold: six huge indoor pools filled with ocean- 
water, surrounded by seats for 7,000 spectators. The baths were replete with statuary and plant 
conservatories featuring palms and real Egyptian relics, like something out of Norma Desmond's 
wettest dream. The baths also housed several restaurants, a museum, trapezes, and water-slides. 
But like so many of San Francisco's magnificently weird landmarks — Fleishacker Pool, Play land 
at the Beach, the Fox Theater—the Sutro Baths were too good to last. On June 26th, 1966, just as a 
wrecking ball was poised to begin smashing in the walls of the legendary Baths (and two weeks 
before the bankruptcy that would have ruined the owners) a mysterious fire broke out and burned 
the whole place to the ground. It turned out that the building was heavily insured; the owners 
collected their massive settlement and quickly left town, leaving many suspicions but no tangible 
evidence of fraud and arson. The ruins of the baths still linger as one of the most mysterious sites 
of San Francisco. The Ferries and Cliff Steam Line, opened on March 1,1886, ran from California 
and Central (now Presidio Ave.) to a point above the Cliff House at 48th and Point Lobos. 

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1894 California Midwinter International Exposition 
San Francisco's First World's Fair...Dedicated to the Wonders of California. 

Very little remains of the extraordinary Midwinter 
Exposition installation of 1894. The brainchild of the 
San Francisco Chronicle's publisher Michael de Young, 
who had been inspired and delighted by the White City 
of Chicago's 1893 World's Columbian Exposition, San 
Francisco's first World's Fair was executed from dream 
to reality in less than six months. 

The center of the fair was in the area now known 
as the Music Concourse, then nearly unrecognizable 
except for the general contours. 

At its center, an Eiffel-Tower-inspired Electric Tower 
rose 266 feet, offering intrepid climbers a bird's eye 
view of the fair and the early park. The fair buildings 
represented various exotic cultural and architectural 
influences, from minarets and Indian fantasies to 
Spanish mission style. Tree-loving park superintendent 

John McLaren was reportedly 
none too thrilled about the 
hijacking of his new parkland 
for commercial venture, but 
he begrudgingly relented. 

The fair opened on January 27,1894 on 160 acres at the park's center, 
dubbed The Sunset City. 180 buildings had been constructed in record 
time to showcase all of California's counties as well as selected foreign 
countries and other states. 

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The Pan Pacific Exhibition in San Francisco, California in 1915~ 

Open for 9 months ..Then Destroyed Directly Thereafter 

Just nine years after the devastating 1906 earthquake, San Francisco staged the 1915 Panama-Pa¬ 
cific International Exposition, celebrating the opening of the Panama Canal in August, 1914 and 
showing more than 18 million visitors /rom around the world that it remained "the city that knew 
how." Understandably, the universal reaction of fairgoers was "a sense of wonder." Amazingly, 
there were no bridges across the San Francisco Bay and the population of San Francisco, still 
reeling from the major 1906 Earthquake, was estimated to be under 200,000 people! 

The building of the canal itself was, of course, an incredible feat: Over 50 years in the making, 
it was dubbed "The 13th Labor of Hercules." And so was the creation of the Exposition, beginning 
with the placement of 300,000 cubic yards of fill to create land for the site from what had formerly 
been San Francisco Bay and is now San Francisco's Marina district. 

The times were heady, and rapid strides were being made in engineering and manufacturing. 
Consider just a few notable aspects: 

The fair featured a reproduction of the Panama Canal that covered five acres. Visitors rode 
around the model on a moving platform, listening to information over a telephone receiver. 

The first trans-continental telephone call was made by Alexander Graham Bell to the fair¬ 
grounds before the fair opened, and a cross-country call was made every day the fair was open. 

The ukelele (originally a Portugese instrument, but adopted by the Hawaiians) was first played 
in the United States at the 1915 fair, creating a ukelele craze in the 1920s. 

An actual Ford assembly line was set up in the Palace of Transportation and turned out one 
car every 10 minutes for three hours every afternoon, except Sunday. 4,400 cars were produced 
during the Exposition. 

The entire area was illuminated by indirect lighting by General Electric. The "Scintillator," a 
battery of searchlights on a barge in the Bay, beamed 48 lights in seven colors across San Erancis- 
co's fog banks. If the fog wasn't in — no problem: A steam locomotive was available to generate 
artificial fog. 

Personalities abounded: Thomas Edison and Henry Ford were honored at a luncheon; Edison 
had perfected a storage battery that was exhibited at the fair. A pre-teen Ansel Adams was a 
frequent visitor. 

• The Liberty Bell made a cross-country pilgrimage from Philadelphia to be displayed at the 
fair. Notables, such as Thomas Edison, were often photographed with the bell. 

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• The Machinery Palace was the largest wooden and steel building in the world at the time; 
the entire personnel of the U.S. Army and Navy could have fit inside. The first-ever indoor 
flight occurred when Lincoln Beachey flew through the building before it was completed. 

George W. Kelham was chosen as chief of archi¬ 
tecture. Working with the architectural council, he 
developed an elegantly simple plan. It grouped the 
eight main exhibition palaces together in a single 
block. This main block was then flanked on the eastern 
end by the Palace of Machinery and on the western 
end by a neo-classic fantasy monument, Bernard 
Maybeck's Palace of Fine Arts. 

This grouping was crowned by an Italianate main 
tower known as the Tower of Jewels, which was 
adorned with 102,000 glass gems (Novagems, in the 
parlance of the period) that sparkled when swayed 
by the wind (Jeweled watch fobs, rings, pins and other objects were popular souvenirs). The 
block also included several magnificent courts: The Court of the Universe, the Court of Abundance, 
and the Court of the Four Seasons. While the buildings appeared substantial, they were intended to 
last only for a year, after which they would be demolished. The Palace of Fine Arts underwent 
a major restoration in the 1960s. 

The monumental exhibition palaces formed a core that 
held together two outer and very different zones of the Expo¬ 
sition. At the western end beyond the Palace of Fine arts were 
exhibition halls built by participating countries and states. 
At the eastern end was a sixty-five acre amusement park 
and concession district called The Zone. Alltogether, the Fair 
occupied 635 acres..approximately 76 city blocks. The total 
construction cost was about $15,000,000, and the project 
consumed over 100 million board feet of lumber. Please 
Remember, this was just nine years after the Great San Fran¬ 
cisco Earthquake of 1906. The Palace of Machinery, styled 
after the Roman Baths of Caracalla, was the largest wood and 
steel building in the world at that time. It measured nearly 
a thousand feet in length, 367 feet in width and was 136 feet 
high. More than 2,000 exhibits were displayed 
inside on two miles of aisles. The soldiers and 
sailors of Uncle Sam's 1915 Army and Navy could 
have fit into the Machinery Palace with room to 
spare. Aviator Lincoln Beachey flew through the 
building before it was completed in the first-ever 
indoor flight. His speed through the building 
— a blazing 40 miles per hour. 

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The Column of Progress commanded the entire north front of the Exposition. Symmes Rich¬ 
ardson, the architect drew his inspiration from Trajan's Column in Rome. It completed the 
symbolism of the Exposition's sculpture and architecture, as the joyous Eountain of Energy at 
the other end of the north-south axis began it. 

The Palace of Horticulture designed by Bakewell and Brown is the largest and most splendid 
of the garden structures. Byzantine in its architecture it suggested the Mosque of Ahmed I at 
Constantinople. This was the palace of the bounty of nature; its adornment symbolized the rich 
yield of California fields. The Palace of Education combined Spanish Renaissance and Moorish 
designs. In the Tympanum above the central portal, sculptor Gustav Gerlach created the group 
"Education." In the center, the teacher sits with her pupils under the Tree of Knowledge; on the 
left, the mother instructs her children; on the right the young man, his school days past, works 
out a problem in science. Thus, the group depicts the various stages of education. 

The California Building designed by Thomas H. Burditt was by far the largest state building 
ever erected at the time. From its fagade. Fray Junipero Serra looks over a charming garden which 
represents the private of Santa Barbara Mission, but this Mission style building was grander 
than those built by the padres of California. It covered five acres! Inside walls were hung with 
tapestries loaned by Mrs. Phoebe A. Hearst. Displays from the fifty-eight California counties 
were presented. 

Color was a major unifying element in the design of the Exposition. Jules Guerin a colorist, 
painter, and designer oversaw the Exposition's color schemes. He created a specially blended 
gypsum and hemp plaster material in hues of old ivory that mimicked the travertine marble 
used in ancient Rome. This plaster was applied over most of the buildings, statues, and walls. 
Eight accent colors were used throughout the Exposition: 

• French green for garden lattices 

• Deep cerulean blue in recessed panels and ceiling vaults 

• Pink-orange for flagpoles 

• Pinkish-red flecked with brown for the background of colonnades 

• Golden-burnt-orange for moldings and small domes 

• Terra cotta for other domes 

• Gold for statuary 

• Antique green for urns and vases. 

Very romantic and ornate sculptures were typical of the era and profusely adorned the Fair 
and its structures. Karl Bitter, Director of the Department of Sculpture, and A. Stirling Calder, 
the Exposition's acting chief of sculpture, commissioned more than fifteen hundred sculpture 
from artists around the world. These stood on columns, in niches, in fountains, and as free¬ 
standing groups throughout the Expositions. In the South Garden was the Calder Fountain 
of Energy. Resting in the center of the pool and supported by a circle of figures representing 
the dance of the oceans, is the Earth, surmounted by a figure of Energy, the force that dug the 
canal with Fame and Victory blowing bugles from their shoulders. 

Bernard Maybeck, the designer of the Palace of Fine Arts, believed that architecture here in 
California, to be beautiful, needed only to be an effective background for landscape. He was able 
to achieve this end in his design. The sweeping arc of the building on the shore of the lagoon 

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is a mere backdrop for the trees and plants. The central rotunda 's entablature contains Bruno 
Louis Zimm's three panels representing "The Struggle for the Beautiful." On an altar before the 
rotunda knelt Robert Stackpole's figure of Venus, representing the Beautiful to whom all art is 
servant. Robert Louis Zimm created the panel in front of the altar on pictured Genius, the source 
of inspiration. Above, in the dome, Robert Reid's eight murals symbolize the conception and 
birth of art, its commitment to the earth, and its progress and acceptance by the human intellect. 

A three-acre Japanese garden was created at the south entrance to the Fine Arts Palace. This 
garden was comprised of rocks up to three tons in weight, 25,000 square feet of turf, 1300 trees, 4400 small 
plants, and tons of small stones and gravel brought from Japan. The Golden Pavilion, a copy of 
a Japanese temple, and two graceful teahouses were located within this Japanese garden, which 
was staffed largely by the government of Japan. 

As Ben Macomber in his book The Jewel City states, "No other of the palaces would wear so 
well in its beauty if it were set up for the joy of future generations. It would be a glorious thing 
for San Francisco if the Fine Arts Palace could be made permanent in Golden Gate Park." As we 
know his words were heeded and the Palace of Fine Arts still stands in all of its beauty, albeit in 
its original site, rather than in Golden Gate Park. 

The Palace of Fine Arts contained what the International Jury declared to be the best and most 
important collection of modern art that had been yet assembled in America. The war in Europe 
did prevent some countries like Russia and Germany from sending art works, it led other coun¬ 
tries such as France and Italy to send more than they might otherwise have sent. 

Ernest Coxhead, the San Francisco architect who designed the home of Dr. Thomas Williams 
that now houses the Museum of American Heritage, was instrumental in developing the detailed 
plans for the 1915 Exposition. His plans were presented to the US Congress in 1911 during the 
competition between San Francisco and New Orleans as to which city would have the privilege 
of hosting the celebration of the opening of the Panama Canal. 

Lighting At The Fair 

Lighting at the fair was the crowning achievement. W.D'Arcy, who was called "the Aladdin of 
the 1915 City Lumminous," was loaned to the Exposition by a young General Electric company 
eager to promote the miracles of its technology. Never before had an attempt been made to light 
an exposition as this one was lighted. 

The massive exhibition area was illuminated at night by indirect lighting of the softest, warmest, 
and mellowest of colors, all seemingly without source. The radiance of the 43 story Tower of 
Jewels came from huge searchlights aimed at it from a circle of hidden stations. Perhaps the most 
exquisite and dazzling feature of the fair, the Tower, with its 102,000 pieces of glittering multicolored 
cut Bohemian glass, refracted and reflected both sunlight and nighttime illumination. 

The many-colored fan of enormous rays, the Scintillator, which stood against the sky behind 
the Exposition, was produced by a searchlight battery of thirty-six great projectors mounted 
on the breakwaters of the Yacht Harbor. It was manned nightly by a company of marines, who 
manipulated the fan of lights in precise drills at night. 

Around the walls of the palaces stood tall Venetian masts, topped with shields or banners. 
Concealed behind the heraldic emblems were powerful magnesite arc lamps. Other concealed lights 
gleamed through the waters of the fountains. In the Court of the Universe they were white, in the 
Court of the Seasons green, and in the Court of the Ages they were red. The palaces themselves 

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were not externally illuminated at night, though they appeared to be lighted internally Behind 
each window and doorway were hung strings of lights backed by reflectors. 

The illumination was at its best on a misty night when the moisture in the air provided a screen 
to catch the colored lights and create the effect of an aurora overhead. If natural fog wasn't present 
to supply this background for the great beams of the Scintillator, clouds of steam from a steam 
locomotive positioned on the breakwater provided the missing mist. 

Sculptures at the Fair 

Sculpture was an integral part of the Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition. A Stirling Calder was the acting chief of sculpture, and 
under his direction was a large staff of skilled workmen, hired to 
turn out thousands of sculptures and decorations. These works were 
made of plaster and tinted to match or compliment the buildings. 

"The End of the Trail" by James Earle Fraser was one of the most 
popular and poignant works of art at the fair. It showed an Indian 
astride his exhausted horse, representing the Native American's 
failed battle against encroaching civilization. 

Many other notable sculptures were also created: 

• Robert Aikens depicted man's progress from birth to death 
in the "Fountain of the Earth. 

• A.A. Weinmann's statues "The Rising Sun" and "The Setting 
Sun" were placed in the" Court of the Universe. 

• Daniel Chester French's statue depicted an angelic figure 
with its creation of man and woman below. 

• C.L Pietro created one of the strongest sculptures in "The Mother and the Dead," protesting 
the 'great war' which was leaving Europe with only the aged and the children. 

• A.Stirling Calder had several sculptures. In front of The Tower of Jewels stands his joyous 
"Fountain of Energy" a depiction of the union of the Atlantic and Pacific by the Panama 
Canal. He also created the "Star Maidens" that adorned the Tower of Jewels. 

• The sculpture "Nations of the West" was located in the Courtyard of the Universe, atop the 
Arch of the Setting Sun. This sculpture, the joint work of A. Sterling Calder, Leo Lentelli, 
and F. G. R. Roth was comprised of figures representing an American Indian, pioneers 
gathered around the Prairie Schooner, and the figures of Mother of Tomorrow and Spirit 
of Enterprise. 

Industrial Displays 

The Exposition emphasized contemporary events and technology from the previous decade. 
The moving-picture machine was extensively used to illustrate industrial progress in various 
exhibits, and the presence of both mechanical and electrical devices was larger than life in many 
cases. Exhibits in the Palace of Machinery showcased Diesel engines, water-driven power plants 
and numerous electrical motors and communication devices. On opening day. President Woodrow 
Wilson started, by wireless, the Diesel-driven generator that supplied all of the direct current 
used in the Palace. 

256 The One World Tartarians 

The Underwood Exhibit in the Palace of Liberal Arts featured a $10,000 typewriter, "an exact 
reproduction of the machine you will eventually buy." It was 1728 times larger than the stan¬ 
dard Underwood typewriter and weighed 14 tons. News stories were typed on it daily. But the 
greatest amount of space was given to labor saving devices, safety inventions and machines that 
increased the comfort (if not the comfort level) of humanity. The overwhelming theme was that 
machines would play a major role in making life more comfortable and enjoyable. 


Today we consider agriculture an industry, but the typical fair-goer of 1915 considered the 
growing of ornamental plants and foodstuffs two separate endeavors, neither of them "indus¬ 
trial". The Fair reflected this outlook, incorporating three display halls related to the growing and 
production of agricultural products: The Palace of Horticulture, the Forestry building, and the 
Palace of Agriculture. The Palace of Agriculture had a distinct "State Fair" flavor, with displays 
of farm products and awards for products of high quality. This Palace was prominently located 
at the northwest corner of the Court of the Universe. The award certificate shown here (Courtesy 
Campbell Historical Museums) was awarded to the Orchard City Canning Company of Camp¬ 
bell, CA for its Assorted Canned Fruits. 

The Palace of Horticulture displayed beautiful flowers and ornamental plants and was located 
adjacent to the Palace of Forestry near the Baker Street entrance to the Fairgrounds. As might be 
expected, the Forestry building was concerned with the growing of trees and the production of 

The Entertainments 

No fair is complete without its sideshow, and the fair's eastern section, known as "The Zone", 
occupied a space the equivalent of seven city blocks in area and contained a variety of entertain¬ 
ments, rides, commercial stands, souvenir shops, and other typical fair staples. However, some 
of the things to be found in the zone were very untypical, including the " Aeroscope", a ride that 
consisted of a small two-story structure mounted on the end of a 285-foot swing-arm. It was 
designed and built by Joseph Strauss, the designer and builder of the Golden Gate Bridge. Riders 
were treated to an aerial view of the fair and nearby San Francisco. It was especially spectacular 
at night. Another popular ride circled a five-acre operating model of the Panama Canal. For their 
50-cent admission, passengers occupying one of the hundred chairs circling the model on elevated 
tracks could learn about the canal through earphones during their half-hour ride. The soundtrack 
came from a phonograph. Fairgoers could also observe babies (real) in incubators, experience a 
rowdy 49'ers prospecting camp (not spring training), and a submarine ride. They could choose 
to be entertained, awed, scared, impressed and fed at a seemingly inumerable number of rides, 
restaurants and concessions. 

Other entertainments might be experienced throughout the fair area, including air shows, 
concerts, demonstrations of arts, crafts and and national culture. The air shows were quite popular, 
drawing crowds of 10,000 or more spectators, although daredevil pilot Lincoln Beachy was killed 
during one of the air exhibitions when his plane experienced a structural failure and crashed. 

Chapter 18: The Western Capitol of Tartary; San Francisco 257 

After The Lights Went Out 

The final midnight arrived, the last music, "Taps", was played 
from the Tower of Jewels, the last fairgoer departed, and the lights 
of the 1915 World's Fair went out forever. The Tower of Jewels, built 
at a cost of $413,000, was sold to a demolition firm for $9,000. 

Individual jewels were sold to souvenir hunters for a dollar each. 

Some prominent statues, including "Nations of the East" and "Nations 
of the West", were not salvageable and were destroyed along with 
the arches on which they were mounted. By 1917, the work was 
done, with structures demolished and the land (or the landfill, at least) was 
restored. Over $900,000 was realized from the salvage effort. Between 
February 20,1915 (opening day) and December 4, the closing day, 
over 18 million people passed through the entrance gates of the 1915 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition. The Fair generated the 
funds to construct San Francisco's Civic Auditorium, and an addi¬ 
tional $1,000,000 surplus, as well. 

So the question has to be asked once again, .how did 18 million people attend the exhibition? 
Where did they lodge, how did they transport, how were they notified of the fair? 


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260 The One World Tartarians 

The San Diego 1915 Panama-California Exposition was held between January 1,1915, and 
January 1,1917, the same exact year as the Great San Francisco Exhibition! 

The exposition celebrated the opening of the Panama Canal 
and was meant to tout San Diego as the first U.S. port of call for 
ships traveling north after passing westward through the canal. 

The fair was held in San Diego's large urban Balboa Park. The 
exposition's location was selected to be inside the 1,400 acres 
(570 ha) of Balboa Park. The East Gateway was approached by 
drive and San Diego Electric Railway trolley cars winding up from 
the city through the southern portion of the park. From the west, 

the Cabrillo Bridge's entrance was marked 
with blooming giant century plants and 
led straight to the dramatic West Gate (or 
City Gate), with the city's coat-of-arms 
at its crown. The archway was flanked 
by engaged Doric orders supporting an 
entablature, with figures symbolizing the 

Atlantic and Pacific oceans joining waters together, in commemoration of the 
opening of the Panama Canal. These figures were the work of Furio Piccirilli. 
While the west gateway was part of the Fine Arts Building, the east gateway 
was designed to be the formal entrance for the California State Building. The 
East or State Gateway carried the California state coat-of-arms over the arch. The spandrels over 
the arch were filled with glazed colored tile commemorating the 1769 arrival of Spain and the 
1846 State Constitutional Convention at Monterey. Near a large parking lot, the North gate led to 
the 'Painted Desert' and 2,500-foot (760 m) long Isthmus street. The Santa Fe Railway-sponsored 
'Painted Desert' (called "Indian Village" by guests), a 5-acre (2.0 ha), 300-person exhibit populated 
by seven Native American tribes including the Apache, Navajo, and Tewa. The 'Painted Desert', 
which design and construction was supervised by the Southwestern archeologist Jesse L. Nusbaum, 

had the appearance 
of a rock structure 
but was actually wire 
frames covered in 
cement. The Isthmus 
was surrounded by 
concessions, amuse¬ 
ment rides and games, 
a replica gem mine, 
an ostrich farm, and a 
250-foot (76 m) replica 
of the Panama Canal. 
One of the concessions 
along the isthmus was 
a "China Town". 

Chapter 18: The Western Capitol of Tartary; San Francisco 261 

Santa Cruz, California The Boardwalk 

In 1791, Father Fermin de Lasuen estab¬ 
lished a mission at Santa Cruz, the twelfth 
mission to be founded in California. Cali¬ 
fornia became a state in 1850 and Santa 
Cruz County was created as one of the 
twenty-seven original counties. By the turn 
of the century logging, lime processing, 
agriculture, and commercial fishing indus¬ 
tries prospered in the area. Due to its mild 
climate and scenic beauty Santa Cruz also 
became a prominent resort community. 

Since 1907. The boardwalk is oldest amuse¬ 
ment park in California and one of the last seaside amusement parks on the west coast of the 
United States. 




T he first orphan trains operated prior to the Civil War. Over 
250,000 children were transported from New York to the Midwest 
over a 76-year period (1853-1929) in the largest mass migration of 
children in American history. As many as one in four were Irish. Some 
abolitionists feared that the orphan trains were being used as an extension 
of slavery, and there was reason behind their fear. Not all the orphans 
were being adopted. Many became slaves to farmers, child abusers and 
indentured servants with no rights or freedoms. The first Orphan Trains 
left Grand Central Station in late 1853 for Dowagiac, Michigan. The trains 
continued to run for 75 years. The last official train ran to Texas in 1929. 

Many children were sexually abused, mistreated, malnourished, and overworked in the Midwest 
farms. Trains would stop in mid western and southern towns, and the children would file off 
and parade before the assembled townspeople, often on hastily constructed stages. Locals would 
inspect the children, feel their muscles, look at their teeth, and question them. Contact between 
the children and their families back east was strongly discouraged. Many of these children ran 
away from the abusive new homes they were placed in. 

These abandoned children were left to their own devices to obtain shelter and food, often 
stealing, begging, selling matches and/or papers to support themselves. These children were 
labeled as "Street Arabs", "the dangerous classes", and 'street urchins" to name a few. In the mid 
1800's and early 1900's of the United States history, these problems escalated and led Charles 
Loring Brace, a minister in New York, to found The Children's Aid Society in 1853 in New York 
City. A report in the New York Times dated May 10,1860, cited the four distinct classes of needy 
they served: "First - Friendless and deserving young women. Second - Destitute children between the 
ages of 3 and 14 years. Third - Motherless and orphan infants. Fourth. - Dependent mothers with children 
who should not be separated." 

In the 1870s, the Catholic Church became concerned that many Catholic children were being 
sent to Protestant homes and were being inculcated with Protestant values. They began operating 
their own Placing Out program via the railroad sponsored by the New York Foundling Hospital. 
Priests in towns along the railroad routes were notified that the Foundling Hospital had children 
in need of homes. The priest would make an announcement at Sunday Mass and adults could 
sign up for a child, specifying gender and preferred hair and eye color. It was common to have 
children separated from their siblings, to not have birth certificates, and no further contact with their 
parents or siblings. In many cases the only legal document for the children would have been 
their baptismal certificate. By the age of 18, the children were released from their indenture and 
were expected to make their own way in life. 


264 The One World Tartarians 

Foster Care Was Created to Harvest Children. 

In the United States, foster care started as a result of the efforts of Charles Coring Brace. "In 
the mid-19th Century, some 30,000 homeless or neglected children lived in the New York City 
streets and slums. "Brace took these children off the streets and placed them with families in most 
states in the country. Brace believed the children would do best with a Christian farm family. He 
did this to save them from "a lifetime of suffering" He sent these children to families by train, 
which gave the name The Orphan Train Movement. "This lasted from 1853 to the early 1890s 
1929? and transported more than 120,000 250,000? children to new lives. 

"When Brace died in 1890, his sons took over his work of the Children's Aid Society until 
they retired. The Children's Aid Society created "a foster care approach that became the basis 
for the federal Adoption and Safe Families Act of 1997" called Concurrent Planning. This greatly 
impacted the foster care system. 

Origins of US Foundling Homes 

In the late 1860s, there was an epidemic of infan¬ 
ticide and child abandonment In New York City. 

The Sisters of St. Peter's Convent downtown on 
Barclay Street regularly found abandoned babies 
on their doorstep. Sister Mary Irene Fitzgibbon of 
St. Peter's approached Mother Mary Jerome, the 
Superior of the Sisters of Charity, regarding the 
need of rescuing these children. Archbishop (later 
Cardinal) John McCloskey urged the Sisters to open an asylum for such children. 

On October 11, 1869, three Sisters of Charity - Sisters Irene, Sister Teresa Vincent, and Ann 
Aloysia - opened The New York Foundling Asylum of the Sisters of Charity. They received one 
infant on their first night of operation. Forty-five more babies followed in that first month. To meet 
overwhelming demand. Foundling opened a boarding department in November and began placing 
children under the care of neighbors. Seventy-seven more babies followed in the next two months. 

After two years. The Foundling had accepted 2,500 babies. The New-York Historical Society 
has a collection of the notes left with the abandoned babies, which is part of a larger collection 
of historic photographs of the Foundling maintained by the Society. In 1872, construction began 
on their massive new full block facility on land granted by the state between East 68th and 69th 
Streets and Lexington and Third Avenues. It opened in 1873, and an adoption department was 
established to find permanent homes for children. 

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Foundling Wheels 

Foundling wheels were institutionalized by a papal bull issued in the 
12th century by Pope Innocent 111, who was shocked by the number of dead 
babies found in the Tiber. By 1204, there was a wheel in operation at the 
Santo Spirito Hospital in Rome, next to the Vatican. A 14th-century home 
for abandoned children in Naples, annexed to a church, is now a museum 
about foundlings. Many common family names in Italy can be traced to 
a foundling past: Esposito (because children were sometimes "exposed" 
on the steps of a convent), Proietti (from the Latin proicio, to throw away) 
or Innocenti (as in innocent of their father's sin). In the Middle Ages, new 
mothers in Rome could abandon their unwanted babies in a "foundling 
wheel" — a revolving wooden barrel lodged in a wall, often in a convent, 
that allowed women to deposit their offspring without being seen. Now a Rome hospital, the 
Casilino Polyclinic, has introduced a technologically advanced version of the foundling wheel 
— not at all a wheel hut very much like an A.T.M. booth! 

United States - Baby hatches started operating in the state of Indiana 
in 2016. All 50 states have introduced "safe-haven laws" since Texas 
began on September 1,1999. These allow parents to legally give up 
their newborn child (younger than 72 hours) anonymously to certain 
places known as "safe havens", such as fire stations, police stations, 
and hospitals. Foundling wheels spread to various parts of Europe 
and were used until the late 19th century. Modern foundling wheels 
have made a comeback in various places in Europe in recent decades, particularly in Germany. Swit¬ 
zerland, the Czech Republic and other European countries also have drop-off points for unwanted 
newborns. On mainland Italy and the island of Sicily, installed a device called 'la ruota (or rota) del 
proietti': the wheel of the castoffs, or 'the foundling wheel'. These wheels could be in the outside 
walls of churches or convents, or in larger cities, in the walls of foundling hospitals or orphanages. 
The wheel was a kind of 'lazy Susan' that had a small platform on which a baby could be placed, 
then rotated into the building, without anyone on the inside seeing the person abandoning the 
child. That person then pulled a cord on the outside of the building, causing an internal bell 
or chimes to ring, alerting those inside that an infant had been deposited. In the larger towns, 
foundlings were baptized, then kept in a foundling home with others, and fed by wet-nurses in 
the employ of the home. There they may have stayed for several years until they were taken by 
townspeople as menial servants or laborers, or placed with a foster family. Or, sadly but more 
likely, they never left the institution, having died from malnutrition or from diseases passed on 
by the wet-nurses. In smaller towns, the foundling wheel may have been in the wall of the resi¬ 
dence of a local midwife. She would have received the child, possibly suckled it immediately to 
keep it alive, or arranged for a wet-nurse to do so, then taken it to the church to be baptized and 
to the town hall to be registered. If the child was near death when found, many midwives were 
authorized by the church to baptize the infant, <so that its soul would not be lost>. Civil officials 
were often similarly authorized. Sometimes children were literally abandoned on the street or 
on a doorstep, but the use of the foundling wheel was so widespread that even these children 
were often referred to as having been <found in the wheeh. 

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T he overall question is "Did the NWO take over Tartarian buildings and then use them to 
kill off the people of Tartary around the world after committing them to converted insane 
asylums. The evidence appears conclusively likely! Remember, that according to Mr. 
Fomenko, his-story does not begin until the beginnings of the elimination of Tartary in 1200 AD. 

In London, England, the Priory of Saint Mary of Bethlehem, which later became known more 
notoriously as Bedlam, was founded in 1247. In Spain, other such institutions for the insane 
were established after the Christian Reconquista; facilities included hospitals in Valencia (1407), 
Zaragoza (1425), Seville (1436), Barcelona (1481) and Toledo (1483). In Britain at the beginning of 
the 19* century, there were, perhaps, a few thousand "lunatics" housed in a variety of disparate 
institutions; but, by the beginning of the 20* century, that figure had grown to about 100,000. 
This growth coincided with the development of alienism, now known as psychiatry, as a medical 

By the end of the 19th century, national systems of regulated asylums for the mentally ill 
had been established in most industrialized countries. At the turn of the century, Britain and 
France combined had only a few hundred people in asylums, but by the end of the century this 
number had risen to the hundreds of thousands. The United States housed 150,000 patients in 
mental hospitals by 1904. Germany housed more than 400 public and private sector asylums. 
These asylums were critical to the evolution of psychiatry as they provided places of practice 
throughout the world. 

Throughout the asylums worldwide we see familiar patterns of incredible Tartary architecture 
with many asylums having farms and livestock and cemeteries and crematories. Another main 
theme is most of these structures became "overcrowded" up through the beginnings of the 20* 
century, so more asylums were needed, yet the population numbers at the time do not justify the 
immense size of the buildings or number of people they claim were committed. In California, 
at the very onset of the California Gold Rus of 1849, we see several insane asylums said to be 
erected to house those deemed insane as early as 1851, even though California's population in no 
way justified the immense size and scope of these structures. 

The other blatantly obvious note is that these immense 
insane asylums nearly look identical all around the world in 
what they call "Gothic" and "Roman" architecture. 

The Hospital de los Inocentes (Hospital of the Innocents) 
was the first asylum in Europe founded in Valencia, Spain 
in 1410 stands out due to its originality and there are historic 
and cultural reasons to recognize its primacy. Furthermore, 


268 The One World Tartarians 

the organization and functioning of this institution and the model, spread like wildfire through 
the entire Iberian Peninsula during the 15th Century and shortly after through American Spanish 
speaking countries. In 1512 the Council of the city of Valencia decided to unite all the hospitals 
of the city in one «Hospital General»and to extend the coverage to all kind of patients and all 
types of forsaken. The hospital was destroyed by a fire in 1545. 

The Bethlem Royal Hospital Britain, England 1676 

Bethlem Royal Hospital, 
also known as St Mary Beth¬ 
lehem, Bethlehem Hospital 
and Bedlam, is a psychiatric 
hospital in London. Its famous 
history has inspired several 
horror books, films and TV 
series, most notably Bedlam, a 
1946 film with Boris Karloff. 

The hospital is closely asso¬ 
ciated with King's College 
London and, in partnership 
with the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, is a major centre for psychi¬ 
atric research. Originally the hospital was near Bishopsgate just outside the walls of the City of 
London where the NWO bankers reside. Already in 1632 it was recorded that Bethlem Royal 
Hospital, London had "below stairs a parlor, a kitchen, two larders, a long entry throughout the 

house, and 21 rooms wherein the poor distracted 
people lie, and above the stairs eight rooms more 
for servants and the poor to lie in". 

St Luke's Hospital for Lunatics was founded 
in London in 1751 for the treatment of incur¬ 
able pauper lunatics by a group of philanthropic 
apothecaries and others. It was the second public 
institution in London created to look after mentally 
ill people, after the Hospital of St. Mary of Bethlem 
(Bedlam), founded in 1246. 

Ipswich Hospital, Australia for the 
Insane 1878 

Australia Originally built as a benevolent 
asylum, the Ipswich site never fulfilled this 
purpose. Chronic overcrowding at Woogaroo 
Lunatic Asylum dictated that the new facility 
at Ipswich could provide a solution to this 

Chapter 20: Insane Insane Asylums of the 19th Century 269 

USA Insane Asylums of the 19“* Century 

Many of the more prestigious private hospitals tried to implement some parts of moral treatment 
on the wards that held mentally ill patients. But the Friends Asylum, established by Philadel¬ 
phia's Quaker community in 1814, was the first institution specially built to implement the full 
program of moral treatment. Massachusetts General Hospital built the McLean Hospital outside 
of Boston in 1811; the New York Hospital built the Bloomingdale Insane Asylum in Morningside 
Heights in upper Manhattan in 1816; and the Pennsylvania Hospital established the Institute of 
the Pennsylvania Hospital across the river from the city in 1841. Thomas Kirkbride, the influential 
medical superintendent of the Institute of the Pennsylvania Hospital, developed what quickly 
became known as the "Kirkbride Plan" for how hospitals devoted to moral treatment should be 
built and organized. By the 1890s, however, these institutions were all under siege. Economic 
considerations played a substantial role in this assault. Local governments could avoid the costs 
of caring for the elderly residents in almshouses or public hospitals by redefining what was then 
termed "senility" as a psychiatric problem and sending these men and women to state-supported 
asylums. Not surprisingly, the numbers of patients in the asylums grew exponentially. By the 
1870s virtually all states had one or more such asylums funded by state tax dollars. 

The McLean Asylum was founded in 1811 in a section of 
Charlestown, Massachusetts that is now a part of Somerville, 
Massachusetts. Originally named Asylum for the Insane, it 
was the first institution organized by a group of prominent 
Bostonians who were concerned about homeless mentally 
ill persons "abounding on the streets and by-ways in and 
about Boston". The effort was organized by Rev. John Bartlett, 
chaplain of the Boston Almshouse. The hospital was built 
around a Charles Bulfinch mansion, which became the hospital's administrative building; most 
of the other hospital buildings were completed by 1818. 

Bloomingdale Insane Asylum 1821 

The Bloomingdale Insane Asylum 
(1821-1889) was a private hospital for the 
care of the mentally ill that was founded 
by New York Hospital. It occupied the 
land in the Morningside Heights neigh¬ 
borhood of Manhattan where Columbia 
University is now located. The road leading 
to the asylum from the thriving city of 
New York (at the time consisting only of 
lower Manhattan) was called Blooming¬ 
dale Road in the nineteenth century, and 
is now called Broadway. 

270 The One World Tartarians 

Kirkbride Insane Asylums (1844) 

The Kirkbride model was designed by Thomas Story Kirkbride, an asylum superintendent 
and one of the founders of the Association of Medical Superintendents of American Asylums 
for the Insane, the precursor to the American Psychiatric Association. Kirkbride's book. On the 
Construction, Organization and General Arrangements of Hospitals for the Insane, published 
in 1854, became the standard resource on the design and management of asylums in the mid to 
late 19th century. The Kirkbride plan consisted of a linear design with a central administration 
building and long wings on either side that radiated off the center building. 

This design allowed for "maximum separation of the wards, so that the undesirable mingling 
of the patients might be prevented." The wings also allowed for separation of male and female 
patients, and for separation of patients based on the severity of their illnesses. Dr. Kirkbride was 
also heavily involved in civic affairs within the city of Philadelphia itself, as well as that of the 
commonwealth. He was a member of the College of Physicians, the Philadelphia County Medical 
Society, the Franklin Institute, the Historical Society of Philadelphia, the American Philosophical 
Society, and an honorary member of the British Medico-Psychological Association. In 1844, Dr. 
Kirkbride was one of the original thirteen members who founded the 'Association of Medical 
Superintendents of American Institutions for the Insane' (AMSAll), serving as its secretary from 
1848 to 1855, its vice-president from 1855 to 1862, and finally, as its president from 1862 to 1870. 

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Chapter 20: Insane Insane Asylums of the 19th Century 271 

Pennsylvania Hospital for Mental and Nervous Diseases, was a psychiatric hospital located 
at 48th and Haverford Streets in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. 

It operated from its founding in 1841 until 1997. In the winter of 1841, nearly 100 mentally ill 
patients of Pennsylvania Hospital were slowly transferred in carriages from the bustling city streets 
at 8th and Spruce Streets to a new, rural facility especially prepared for their care. The hospital 
awaiting them offered a treatment philosophy and level of comfort that would set a standard for 
its day. Known as The Institute of Pennsylvania Hospital, it stood west of Philadelphia, amidst 
101 acres of woods and meadows. 

Two large hospital structures and an elaborate pleasure ground were built on a campus that 
stretched along the north side of Market Street, from 45th to 49th Streets. Thomas Story Kirkbride, 
the hospital's first superintendent and physician-in-chief, developed a more humane method of 
treatment for the mentally ill there, that became widely influential. The hospital's plan became 
a prototype for a generation of institutions for the treatment of the mentally ill nationwide. The 
surviving 1859 building was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1965. Unlike other 
asylums where patients were often kept chained in crowded, unsanitary wards with little if any treat¬ 
ment, patients at the Pennsylvania Asylum resided in private rooms, received medical treatment, 
worked outdoors and enjoyed recreational activities including lectures and a use of the hospital 
library. The facility came to be called "Kirkbride's Hospital. Overcrowding had become a problem 
in the original Pennsylvania Asylum for the Insane by the 1850s, so Kirkbride lobbied the Penn¬ 
sylvania Hospital managers for an additional building. But by the mid-20th century, the 1841 
hospital building proved unusable for this purpose and was demolished in 1959. 

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California Insane Asylums So the story goes... 

The Insanity Law of 1897 created the State Commission on Lunacy which was given authority 
to see that all laws relating to care and treatment of patients were carried out and to make recom¬ 
mendations to the Legislature concerning the management of hospitals for the insane. The 1897 
law provided that each hospital should be controlled by a board of managers of five members 
appointed by the Governor for four-year terms. The Lunacy Law reforms passed allowed no 
insane persons to be associated with criminals, no open court hearings, judge not required to 
assess detainees Institutions named Hospitals instead of asylums. 


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Chapter 20: Insane Insane Asylums of the 19th Century 273 

Stockton State Hospital or the Stockton 
Developmental Center was California's 
first psychiatric hospital. The Hospital 
opened in 1851 in Stockton, California 
and closed 1995-1996. The site is currently 
used as the Stockton campus of California 
State University, Stanislaus. It was on 
100 acres (0.40 km2) of land donated 
by Captain Charles Maria Weber. The 
legislature at the time felt that existing 
hospitals were incapable of caring for the 
large numbers of people who suffered 
from mental and emotional conditions 
as a result of the California Gold Rush, 
and authorized the creation of the first 
public mental health hospital in Cali¬ 
fornia. On May 17, 1853 the Stockton 
General Hospital changed its name 
to the Insane Asylum of the State of 

They even had created a female insane 
building! The "Female Department, 

Stockton State Hospital, Stockton." 

Stockton State Hospital was Califor¬ 
nia's first state psychiatric hospital, established in 1853. It was closed in 1996 and has since been 
converted into a campus for California State University. 

Sonoma Developmental Center 1891 

It opened at its current location on November 24,1891, 
though it had existed at previous locations in Vallejo and 
Santa Clara since 1884. The facility's current name dates 
from 1986 and was originally named The California 
Home for the Care and Training of Feeble Minded 
Children in 1883. The Home had primarily four types 
of residents: the mentally handicapped, the epileptic, the 
physically disabled, and the "psychopathic delinquent." 

From almost the start, the Home was overcrowded. 

274 The One World Tartarians 

1889 Agnews State Hospital now Santa Clara University Jesuit School Santa 
Clara, CA 

Today known as the world 
famous Sun Microsystems 
Developmental Center. In 
1885 the Agnews Residential 
Facility was established by the 
California State Legislature as 
a neuropsychiatric institution 
for the care and treatment of the 
mentally ill. Agnews, opened in 
1889, was the third institution 
in the state established for the 
mentally ill. Twenty-one years 
later, the greatest tragedy of the 
1906 earthquake in Santa Clara 
County took place at the old Agnews State Hospital. The multistory, unreinforced masonry building 
crumbled, killing over 100 patients. The Institution was then redesigned in, what was then, a revo¬ 
lutionary cottage plan spreading the low-rise buildings along tree-lined streets in a manner that 
resembled a college campus. Now at the center of the Sun Microsystems/ Agnews complex is the 

Clock Tower Building (formerly the Treatment 
Building) with its massive symmetrical clock 
tower. In the 1906 earthquake, the main treat¬ 
ment building collapsed, crushing 112 residents 
and staff under a pile of rubble. The victims were 
buried in a mass grave on the asylum cemetery 
grounds. The Institution was then redesigned 
with low-rise buildings that resembled a college 

Patton State Hospital The hospital was first 
opened in August 1,1893. In 1927 it was renamed Patton State Hospital after a member of the first 
Board of Managers, Harry Patton of Santa Barbara. In 1889 the California legislature approved the 
construction of Patton in order to provide care to those deemed mentally ill in southern Ca lif ornia. 
The GrandLodge oftheFree and Accepted Masons of California laid the cornerstone of the original 
building on December 15,1890. At the time of its estab¬ 
lishment, Patton was seen as a state-of-the-art mental 
healthcare facility designed along the Kirkbride plan; 
a popular plan for large asylums in the 19th century. 

The Kirkbride, as the main building was called, was 
an elaborate and grandiose structure with extensive 
grounds which was meant to promote a healthy envi¬ 
ronment in which to recover. There are approximately 
2,022 former patients buried in a field with a dirt 

Chapter 20: Insane Insane Asylums of the 19th Century 275 

road that runs up to it. These were patients whose bodies were left unclaimed or whose families 
were unknown. Today it is well marked as cemetery ground and there is a mass grave marker 
dedicated to the patients which can be seen approximately 50 yards from the street. The grounds 
are located inside the 
property fence in the 
north-west corner. The 
cemetery was full by 
1930.500 Patients with 
Underground Rail¬ 
road.. What? 

So the Story goes... 

The Napa State Insane 
Asylum Hospital was 
housed primarily in 
the four-story, stone, 
castle-like. Gothic struc¬ 
ture complete with seven towers. The towers were visible from rooftops in downtown Napa. 
According to the hospital's website, the facility was built to ease overcrowding at the Stockton 
Asylum, the first state hospital. Construction started in 1872, and the first two patients, from 
San Francisco, were admitted in 1875, taking only 3 years to build this incredible complex of 
stone, iron and glass. The original design was for a 500-bed hospital! The population peaked 
in 1960 with more than 5,000 residents but has declined steadily over the years due to changes 
in treatment and admitting criteria. The towers were visible from rooftops in downtown Napa. 
The website advises that initially 192 acres were purchased from a land grant owned by General 
Mariano Vallejo. Eventually, through land acquisition, the acreage would total more than 2,000 
acres. It stretched from the Napa River to the ridgeline east of today's Skyline Park, n the 
beginning, it was the Napa Insane Asylum, and early maps marked its location with the words 
"Insane Asylum." Later, the name was changed to Napa State Hospital, but, to local citizens, it 
was called Imola. The striking stone castle was razed in the early 1960s and replaced by ho-hum, 
unimpressive buildings of a design prevalent at that time. 

So they are telling us the massive Gothic Structure aka Tartarian Moors building, with seven 
towers was designed to house just 500 mentally insane people because there was an overflow in 
Stockton's Insane asylum 200 miles to the south of Napa! And that they had a fully functioning 
farm with a railroad system underneathW. 

The cremated remains of as many as 5,000 Napa State patients are buried in a mass grave at Inspiration 
Chapel on Napa-Vallejo Highway, McQueeney said. From the early to mid-1920s through the early 
1960s, patients no longer were buried on hospital grounds, and no bodies were ever exhumed 
from Napa State grounds, he said. Because burial acreage was limited, an on-site crematorium 
was built at Napa State in the mid-1920s and was in use until sometime in the 1960s. 

276 The One World Tartarians 

Burying and Burning the Evidence 

Judy Zervas was on a wild goose chase, one 
that led her to a seemingly empty field on the 
sprawling grounds of Napa State Hospital. 

Zervas, a Riverside resident who dabbles 
in genealogy research, began searching this 
summer for the grave site of Henry Shippey, 
a distant cousin who died in 1919. Zervas saw 
the initials "NSH" on the section of Shippey's 
death certificate that indicated his burial site, 
but she wasn't sure what the letters meant." 1 
asked a friend about it, who said, 'What about 
the state hospital?"' she said. Zervas contacted Napa State Hospital to ask where her relative was 
buried, and said that her request initially was met with "a royal run-around." 

Her search ended when Napa State staff gave her access to a death ledger started in 2002 by 
state hospital patient advocates. The ledger, part of what's known as the California Memorial 
Project, lists the names of some 45,000 people who lived and died on 10 hospital grounds around 
the state. Used as a cemetery for indigent patients from about 1875 through the early 1920s, an 
eastern portion of the campus holds 4,368 bodies, said Deborah Moore, Napa State's public 
information officer. Live oaks grace the site — trees that were probably there when the last Napa 
State patient was buried there around 1924. Although it was once dotted with wooden grave 
markers, today an outbuilding and a calf barn that hasn't been used for decades sit atop the 
seemingly empty field. So now we learn that the cemetery held 4,368 bodies, their were 5,000 
cremated and 45,000 died on State Hospital grounds in California, yet the peak of the occupancy 
rate of patients in 1960 was said to be only 5,000 from originally 500 people! As you will see below 
many of these massive buildings had cemeteries and crematories onsight, as well as farms. These 
were likely used to house the Tartarians before killing them after they had been separated from 
their children well un until the 1930's. 

Mendocino State Asylum for the Insane, was 

established in 1889. On December 12 1893, the 
Hospital was finished and opened to patients, 
receiving 60 from Napa State Hospital this same day. 
Two days later, 60 more arrived from Stockton State 
Hospital and on March 25*^ 30 came from Agnews 
State Hospital, bringing the population to 150. So, 
too much overcrowding in Napa & Stockton asylums 
so this was needed!?! The original main building, 
completed in 1893, was razed in 1952. 

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for thousands 

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THE GREAT PURGING 1840'S - 1930'S 

Morey/Tesla Technology: Star Wars Now 

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A nd the Story Goes... 

In the 1930's Nikola Tesla announced 
bizarre and terrible weapons: a death ray, 
a weapon to destroy hundreds or even thousands 
of aircraft at hundreds of miles range, and his 
ultimate weapon to end all war — the Tesla shield, 
which nothing could penetrate. However, by 
this time no one any longer paid any real atten¬ 
tion to the forgotten great genius. Tesla died in 
1943 without ever revealing the secret of these 
great weapons and inventions. In the pulse mode, 
a single intense 3-dimensional scalar phi-field 
pulse form is fired, using two truncated Fourier 
transforms, each involving several frequencies, to 

provide the proper 3-dimensional shape. After a time delay calculated for the particular target, 
a second and faster pulse form of the same shape is fired from the interferometer antennas. 
The second pulse overtakes the first, catching it over the target zone and pair-coupling with it 
to instantly form a violent EMP of ordinary vector (Hertzian) electromagnetic energy. There is 
thus no vector transmission loss between the howitzer and the burst. Further, the coupling time 
is extremely short, and the energy will appear sharply in an "electromagnetic pulse (EMP)" 
strikingly similar to the 2-pulsed EMP of a nuclear weapon. This type weapon is what actually 
caused the mysterious flashes off the southwest coast of Africa, picked up in 1979 and 1980 by 

Vela satellites. The second flash, e.g., was in the infrared 
only, with no visible spectrum. Superlightning, mete¬ 
orite strikes, meteors, etc. do not create this effect. In 
addition, one of the scientists at the Arecibo Ionospheric 
Observatory observed a wave disturbance — signature 
of the truncated Pourier pattern and the time-squeezing 
effect of the Tesla potential wave — traveling toward 
the vicinity of the explosion. With Moray generators as 
power sources and multiply deployed reentry vehicles 
ft-ij. with scalar antennas and transmitters, ICBM reentry 

systems now can become long range "blasters" of the target areas, from thousands of kilometers 
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280 The One World Tartarians 

jammers and ECM aircraft now become "Tesla blasters." With the Tesla technology, emitters 
become primary fighting components of stunning power. 

Directed Energy Weaponry (DEW) with precision to take down world towers in 10.3 seconds 
and saw homes in half surgically. 

One hundred years of skyscraper history 
proves the only force which can cause 
collapse of a steel-framed skyscraper 
is controliod demolition ... 

Massive explosive debris clouds 
indicates history v/as repeated on 9/11 

Chapter 21: The Destruction of Great Tartary 281 

Buried Boneyards 

Known as the 'Catacombs of Paris', over 6 million skeletons lay beneath the 
streets of Paris, France. Some 200 miles of labyrinthine tunnels are believed 
to exist. Despite the vast length of the tunneled, underground world, only 

a small section of it is open to the public. This tiny 
portion (under 1 mile), known as Denfert-Rochereau 
Ossuary, has become one of the top tourist attractions 
in Paris. The official story for so many bones buried 
was that the Parisian Cemeteries were flooded and 
overcrowded, yet the population statistics of that time 
do not support the narrative. Additionally, there are 
only Skulls and Femurs buried there. It is no coincidence that the Yale 
Universities Secret Societies, that former President George Bush Sr. was a 
member, is also called "Skull and Bones". 

Taking the Paris population numbers into consideration, how do we get 6,000,000 dead people? 
Even if they had 250,000 people dying in Paris every 33 years for 500 years straight, we would 
only end up with 4,500,000. 


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Brno Ossuary is an underground ossuary in 
Brno, Czech Republic. It was rediscovered in 
2001 in the historical centre of the city, partially 
under the Church of St. James. It is estimated 
that the ossuary holds the remains of over 50,000 
people which makes it the second-largest ossuary 
in Europe, after the Catacombs of Paris. The 
ossuary was founded in the 17th century and was 
expanded in the 18th century. It's been opened 
to public since June 2012. 

282 The One World Tartarians 

Monastery of San Francisco Catacombs beneath the church 
at the Franciscan Monastery in Lima, Peru, there is an ossuary 
where the skulls and bones of an estimated 70,000 people 
are decoratively arranged. Long forgotten, the catacombs 
were rediscovered in 1943 and are believed to be connected 
via subterranean passageways to the cathedral and other 
local churches. 

A bubonic plague allegedly flourished in the crowded 
streets of London. Over 15% of London's population was 
wiped out between 1665 and 1666 alone, or some 100,000 

people in the space of two years. But where did all these bodies 
go? The answer: in tens, if not hundreds of plague pits scattered 
across the city and the surrounding countryside. The majority 
of these sites were originally in the grounds of churches, but as 
the body count grew and the graveyards became overcharged 
with dead, then dedicated pits were hastily constructed around 
the fields surrounding London. 

Wall Street Literally Built on the Back of Slaves Bones 

Wall Street and much of this city's renowned financial district were built on the burial ground 
of Africans. New York's prosperity stems in large part from the grotesque profits of the Africans 
and African enslavement. This is the inescapable conclusion 
one draws from the evidence presented in a major exhibition 
on "Slavery in New York," which opened here Oct. 7 and 
runs through March 5. Hosted by the New-York Historical 
Society, the exhibition is the most impressive display ever 
mounted on slavery in the Empire State and in New York 
City in particular. Below Trinity Church, Sara Roosevelt Park, 
close to the financial centre at Wall Street, extending past 
Broadway, southward under New York's City Hall, and reaching almost to the site of the World 
Trade Centre on Manhattan's southwestern tip, was the area used two hundred years ago to bury 
New York City slaves. Blakey and his forensic archeological team, using lesion morphology and 
DNA samples, found a story of enslaved who were forced to engage in backbreaking and excessive 
labor. Bone fragments and skeletons mirrored a "work to the death" culture. Most skeletons were 
of people under the age of 30 who had injuries that reflected harsh labor condition comprising; 
compressed spinal cords, severs muscle tears, bone tears, osteoporosis, and crippling arthritis. 
One woman was found with a musket ball lodged in her cranium. Women were found with 
their hands folded which was a colonial marking that she was with child. New York became a 
very significant seaport and harbor for the Atlantic slave trade. As many as 20% of colonial New 
Yorkers were enslaved Africans. New York gained stature and commerce based on trafficking of 
human beings —those human being found below the surface New York's crowded streets. 

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Reichstag Fire 'put Hitler in Power' 

Destruction of Churches 
Continues To this Day 

Only one year after a devas¬ 
tating fire engulfed Notre 
Dame cathedral in Paris, the 
fire that broke out in the Gothic 
St Peter and St Paul Cathedral, 
in Nantes, western France, on 
Saturday morning has raised 
alarm bells about the security 
of France's 150 cathedrals and 
45,000 churches. 

Chapter 21: The Destruction of Great Tartary 285 

Tartarian Genocide On A Mass Scale ~ A Brief History 

The Great Fire of London 
swept through the central 
parts of the city from Sunday, 

2 September to Thursday, 

6 September 1666. The fire 
gutted the medieval City of 
London inside the old Roman 
city wall. It destroyed 13,200 
houses, 87 parish churches, St 
Paul's Cathedral, and most 
of the buildings of the City 
authorities. It is estimated to 
have destroyed the homes 
of 70,000 of the city's 80,000 
inhabitant. By the 1660s, London was by far the largest city in Britain, estimated at half a million 
inhabitants. The relationship was often tense between the City and the Crown. The City of London 
had been a stronghold of republicanism during the Civil War (1642-1651), and the wealthy and 
economically dynamic capital still had the potential to be a threat to Charles II, as had been 
demonstrated by several republican uprisings in London in the early 1660. The 18-foot (5.5 m) 
high Roman wall enclosing the City put the fleeing homeless at risk of being shut into the inferno. 

Garry Kasparov's essay "Mathematics of the Past" Kasparov (the chess whiz) is a huge fan of 
Fomenko and New Chronology. I found his essay a few days after my simple population math. His 
essay uses inferences used by other historians to estimate the population of the "ancient" Roman 
empire using data (the size of Rome's army) from Edward Gibbon's monumental 18th-century 
work The Decline and Tall of the Roman Empire. The population of "ancient" Rome was likely some¬ 
where between 20 and 50 million. Kasparov writes, "According to J.C. Russell, in the 4th century, 
the population of Western Roman Empire was 22 million (including 750 000 people in England 
and five million in France), while the population of the Eastern Roman Empire was 34 million. 

Kasparov writes: 

"It is not hard to determine that there is a serious problem with these numbers. In England, 
a population of four million in the 15th century grew to 62 million in the 20th century. Simi¬ 
larly, in France, a population of about 20 million in the 17th century (during the reign of Louis 
XIV), grew to 60 million in the 20th century ... and this growth occurred despite losses due 
to several atrocious wars. We know from historical records that during the Napoleonic wars 
alone, about three million people perished, most of them young men. But there was also the 
French Revolution, the wars of the 18th century in which France suffered heavy losses, and 
the slaughter of World War 1. By assuming a constant population growth rate, it is easy to 
estimate that the population of England doubled every 120 years, while the population of 
France doubled every 190 years. Graphs showing the hypothetical growth of these two func¬ 
tions are provided in Figure 1. According to this model, in the 4th and 5th centuries, at the 
breakdown of the Roman Empire, the (hypothetical) population of England would have been 
10,000 to 15,000, while the population of France would have been 170,000 to 250,000. However, 

286 The One World Tartarians 

according to estimates based on historical documents, these numbers should be in the millions. 
It seems that starting with the 5th century, there were periods during which the population 
of Europe stagnated or decreased. Attempts at logical explanations, such as poor hygiene, 
epidemics, and short lifespan, can hardly withstand criticism. In fact, from the 5th century 
until the 18th century, there was no significant improvement in sanitary conditions in Western 
Europe, there were many epidemics, and hygiene was poor. Also, the introduction of .rearms 
in the 15th century resulted in more war casualties. According to UNESCO demographic 
resources, an increase of 0.2 per cent per annum is required to assure the sustainable growth 
of a human population, while an increase of 0.02 per cent per annum is described as a demo- 
graphical disaster. There is no evidence that such a disaster has ever happened to the human 
race. Therefore, there is no reason to assume that the growth rate in ancient times differed 
significantly from the growth rate in later epochs." 

Kasparov also doubts the ancientness of "ancient" Rome because of the difficulty of mathe¬ 
matical calculations using Roman numerals:"The Roman numeral system discouraged serious 
calculations. How could the ancient Romans build elaborate structures such as temples, bridges, 
and aqueducts without precise and elaborate calculations? The most important deficiency of 
Roman numerals is that they are completely unsuitable even for performing a simple operation 
like addition, not to mention multiplication, which presents substantial difficulties." 

Webster's Oxford Dictionary, many important notions from history, religion and science were 
for the first time used in written English. One can clearly see that 'the whole antique cycle appears 
in the English language in the middle of the 16 century as well as the concept of antiquity. We 
can see some terms about science - 'almagest', 'astronomy', 'astrology', etc. begin in the 14th or 
15th century. If we look for antiquity, 'Etruscan' was named in 1706 for the first time, 'Golden 
Age' in 1505, so think about what this means.: 

Almagest 14th century * History 14th century * Antique 1530 century * Iberian 1601 * Arabic 
14th century * Indian 14th century * Arithmetic 15th century * Iron Age 1879 * Astrology 14th 
century * Koran 1615 * Astronomy 13th century *Mogul 1588 * August 1664 ^Mongol 1698 *Bible 
14th century * Muslim 1615 *Byzantinel794 * Orthodox 15th century * Caesar 1567 ^Philosophy 
14th century * Cathedra 14th century *Platonic 1533 * Catholic 14th century * Pyramid 1549 * 
Celtic 1590 * Renaissance 1845 * Chinese 1606 * Roman 14th century ^Crusaders 1732 * Roman 
law 1660 *Dutch 14th century * Russian 1538 * Education 1531 * Spanish 15th century Etruscan 
1706 * Swedish 1605 * Gallic 1672 * Tartar 14th century * German 14th century * Trojan 14thcen- 
tury * Golden age 1505 * Turkish 1545 * Gothic 1591 * Zodiac 14th century 

The third plague pandemic was a major bubonic plague pandemic that began in Yunnan, 
China, in 1855 during the fifth year of the Xianfeng Emperor of the Qing dynasty, This episode 
of bubonic plague spread to all inhabited continents, and ultimately led to more than 12 million 
deaths in India and China, with about 10 million killed in India alone. 

Chapter 21: The Destruction of Great Tartary 287 

Technological Genocide? 

Throughout this book I have shown the many 
instances of Tartary control and mastery of the 
water, air and Earth. The technology we have 
today was also available to them, and more. We 
have seen millions and millions of bones buried 
under cities, and beautiful Tartarian buildings 
destroyed without trace. Fire could not bring down 
stone and iron, unless the buildings were already 
electrified and advanced technologies "flipped" 
the highly focused laser directed energy frequen¬ 
cies to bring down the buildings, like what took 
down the World Trade Centers. We can see patents 
from 1904 using energy to create electromagnetic 
rail guns and, certainly Directed Energy Weapons 
(DEW) were likely used as well. 

Another question has to be asked, is what 
happened to the tons and tons of rubble that would 
have been accumulated, such as after the World 
Fairs. Again, fire is said to be the causal factors, yet 
like at the Chicago World Fair, the lands became 
a park as did the same after the San Francisco 
Pan-Pacific Exhibition of 1915, which is now the 
SF Marina and Chrissy Field, unless it was pulverized and then used as land fill and such? 

So what happened to the possible billions of Tartaria people? Were star forts built to not only 
heal but energetically protect them from the NWO genocidal agendas while keeping the struc¬ 
tures in place and still viable? 

There is also hard evidence of DEW weapons 
patented in 1904. The oldest electromagnetic 
gun came in the form of the coilgun, the first 
of which was invented by Norwegian scien¬ 
tist Kristian Birkeland at the University of 
Kristiania (today Oslo). The invention was 
officially patented in 1904, although its devel¬ 
opment reportedly started as early as 1845. 
According to his accounts, Birkeland acceler¬ 
ated a 500-gram projectile to 110 mph. 

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30-40 Million 


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The Great American Holocaust and the Jesuit "Reduction" Movement 

By the end of the 16th century the Jesuits had already 
started a worldwide missionary enterprise which spanned 
India, Japan, China, the Congo, Mozambique and Angola 
to Brazil, Peru, Paraguay and central Mexico. The pres¬ 
ence of the Jesuits in Latin America dates back to 1549, 
when the first missionaries arrived in Brazil along with 
the governor Tome de Souza. Through the centuries 
Jesuits reached not only South and Central America but 
also Africa, Asia, North America and Canada, building 
churches, schools and hospitals, running farms and estates, but also, most importantly, prosely¬ 
tizing among native populations. Education and spiritual guidance have always been central to 
the Jesuit approach to evangelism. 

David Edward Stannard (born 1941) is an American historian and Professor of American Studies 
at the University of Hawaii. He wrote "American Holocaust; The Conquest of the New World" in 
1992. He chronicles that the genocide against the Native Black Moor population was the largest 
genocide in history. The extermination of the Black Moors went roaring across two continents 
non-stop for four centuries and consuming the lives of countless tens of mi l l i ons of people. While 
acknowledging that the majority of the indigenous peoples fell victim to the ravages of European 
disease, he estimates that almost 100 million died in what he calls the American Holocaust. 

After initial contact with the Jesuits, the 
story goes that small pox and other diseases 
brought over from Europe caused the deaths 
of 90 to 95% of the native population of the 
in the following 150 years. 

Introduced at Veracruz by Cortez's 
Spanish Army in 1520, smallpox ravaged 
Mexico in the 1520, possibly killing over 
150,000 in Tenochtitlan (the heartland of 
the Aztec Empire) alone, and aiding in the 
victory of Hernan Cortes over the Aztec 
Empire at Tenochtitlan (present-day Mexico 
City) in 1521. 

In their newly acquired South Amer¬ 
ican 'dominions', the Jesuits had adopted 
a strategy of gathering native populations 
into communities what is now called "Indian 
reductions". The objectives of the reductions 
were to subjugate the Natives to exploit slave labor of the native indigenous inhabitants while 
also imparting Christianity and European culture. Secular as well as religious authorities created 
"reductions" aka genocide, keeping only those necessary for Jesuit needs of service. Reductions 
generally were also construed as an instrument to make the Black Moors adopt European life¬ 
styles and values and 'reduce' their influence in their native lands. 

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The Great Fire of New York of 1776 was a 
devastating fire that burned through the night 
of September 20,1776, and into the morning of 
September 21, on the West Side of what then 
constituted New York City at the southern 
end of the island of Manhattan It broke out 
in the early days of the military occupation of 
the city by British forces during the American 
Revolutionary War. The fire destroyed about 10 
to 25 percent of the buildings in the city. 

The 1835 Great Fire of New York was one 
of three fires that rendered extensive damage 
to New York City in the 18th and 19th centu¬ 
ries. The fire occurred in the middle of an 
economic boom, covering 17 city blocks, killing two people, and destroying hundreds of build¬ 
ings. At the time of the fire, major water sources including the East River and the Hudson River 

were frozen in temperatures as low as -17 °F (-27 
°C). Firefighters were forced to drill holes through ice 
to access water, which later re-froze around the hoses and 
pipes. Attempts were made to deprive the fire of fuel 
by demolishing surrounding buildings, but at first 
there was insufficient gunpowder in Manhattan. 
Later in the evening, U.S. Marines returned with 
gunpowder from the Brooklyn Navy Yard and began 
to blow up buildings in the fire's path. An investi¬ 
gation found that a burst gas pipe, ignited by a coal 
stove, was the initial source; no blame was assigned. 
The fire covered 13 acres (53,000 m^) in 17 city blocks 
and destroyed between 530 and 700 buildings. 

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The Great New York City Fire of 1845 
broke out on July 19, 1845, in Lower 
Manhattan, New York City. The fire 
started in a whale oil and candle manu¬ 
facturing establishment and quickly 
spread to other wooden structures. It 
reached a warehouse on Broad Street 
where combustible saltpeter was stored 
and caused a massive explosion that 
spread the fire even farther. The fire 
destroyed 345 buildings in the southern 
part of what is now the Financial District. 

290 The One World Tartarians 

The Great Boston Fire of 1872 was Boston's largest fire, and still ranks as one of the most costly 
fire-related property losses in American history. The fire was finally contained 12 hours later, 
after it had consumed about 65 acres (26 ha) of Boston's downtown, 776 buildings and much of the 
financial district. In 1852, Boston became the first city in the world to install telegraph-based 
fire alarm boxes. The boxes served as a fire warning system. If the lever inside of the alarm box 
was pulled, the fire department was notified, and the alarm could be traced back to the box via a 
coordinate system so that firefighters were dispatched to the correct location. All of the fire alarm 
boxes were kept locked from the system's installation in 1852 until after the Great Fire of 1872 
to prevent false alarms. A few citizens in each area of Boston were given a key to the boxes, and 
all other citizens had to report fires to the key-holders who could then alert the fire department. 
Gas supply lines connected to streetlamps and used for lighting in buildings could not be shut 
off promptly. The gas still running through the lines served as fuel to the fire. Many of Boston's 
gas lines exploded due to the fire. 

According to the narrative 
above, the Great Fire of Boston 
went only 12 hours, took out 776 
(get it 1776..Boston!) and much of 
the financial district and the fire 

departments were notified by telegraph to the fire stations by 
those who had keys to the telegraph based fire alarm systems 
and responded with horse and buggy in just 20 minutes! And 
much of Boston was fed by gas lines connected to streetlamps... 
Oh Really? 

Chapter 21: The Destruction of Great Tartary 291 


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Chapter 21: The Destruction of Great Tartary 293 

Tartary Genocide in Russia ~ 40-100 million Killed from 1920 -1945 
Soviet Famine 1921-1922 

There was a famine in the Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic in 1921 to 1922 as a 
result of war communist policy. The famine deaths of 2 million Tatars in Tatar ASSR and in Volga- 
Ural region in 1921-1922 was catastrophic as half of Volga Tatar population in USSR died. This 
famine is also known as "terror-famine" and "famine-genocide" in Tatarstan. The Soviets settled 
ethnic Russians after the famine in Tatar ASSR and in Volga-Ural region causing the Tatar share 
of the population to decline to less than 50%. All-Russian Tatar Social Center (VTOTs) has asked 
the United Nations to condemn the 1921 Tatarstan famine as Genocide of Muslim Tatars. The 
1921-1922 famine in Tatarstan has been compared to Holodomor in Ukraine. 

Soviet famine of 1932-33 was a major 
famine that killed millions of people 
in the major grain-producing areas of 
the Soviet Union, including Ukraine, 

Northern Caucasus, Volga Region and 
Kazakhstan, the South Urals, and West 
Siberia. The exact number of deaths 
is hard to determine due to a lack of 
records. Stalin and other party members 
had ordered that kulaks were "to be 
liquidated as a class" and so they became 
a target for the state. The richer, land¬ 
owning peasants were labeled "kulaks" 
and were portrayed by the Bolsheviks 
as class enemies, which culminated in 
a Soviet campaign of political repres¬ 
sions, including arrests, deportations, 
and executions of large numbers of the 
better-off peasants and their families in 1929-1932. The Holodomor moryty holodom, To kill by 
starvation', was a man-made famine in Soviet Ukraine from 1932 to 1933 that killed millions 
of Ukrainians. It is also known as the Terror-Famine and Famine-Genocide in Ukraine, and 
sometimes referred to as the Great Famine or the Ukrainian Genocide of 1932-33. It was part 
of the wider Soviet famine of 1932-33, which affected the major grain-producing areas of the 
country. During the Holodomor, millions of inhabitants of Ukraine, the majority of whom were 
ethnic Ukrainians, died of starvation in a peacetime catastrophe unprecedented in the history 
of Ukraine. Since 2006, the Holodomor has been recognized by Ukraine and 15 other countries 
as a genocide of the Ukrainian people carried out by the Soviet government. Early estimates of 
the death toll by scholars and government officials varied greatly. According to higher estimates, 
up to 12 million^^^' ethnic Ukrainians were said to have perished as a result of the famine. 

294 The One World Tartarians 

ancient buildings "destroyed by wars" 
were miraculously "rebuilt" from the 
years "1870s" by nonexistent architects 
whose portraits are a pastiche. Fanta¬ 
sies like "was destroyed by fire in 1895 
and rebuilt in 1901" are written to hide 
the advanced and superior technology 
present in the constructions of Tartary 
long before the 9th century. Some wars, 
bombings, or great fires of the past may 
be historical falsehoods, repeated in 
3 different layers like 1776, 1812 and 
1870s. In Dresden, for example, there 
would have been a battle in 1813, revolts 

_ I Germany - February 13,1945, the war at It's and, Germany in rulna. With 
no warning, CtiunMtl orders US and Brftfsh bombers to drop over 3,300 tons of inaendlary 
bombs on this non-combatant hospital city, swollen with refugees freeing other destroyed 
cities. The bombs Ignited a massive human sacrifice nrestorm burning alive between 3 to 
500,000 Innocents In the worst single event massacre In history. More were genoclded In 
defenseless Dresden biendled In Hiroshtrna and Magssaki combined. 

The fleeing city looVeeper later wrote of the spine-chilling 
screams of the elephants he bad to abandon. 

Dresden. Don't forget 

that damaged the city in 1848 and 1863, 
and severe bombing in February 1945. 

According to Official History, 90% of 
the city center was destroyed. But this 
is not entirely true. The main buildings 
of the old citadel were spared. 

There was a selective bombing that targeted residential dwellings as well as factories and 
military facilities. Dresden was a huge Star Fortress and capital of the Free State of Saxony, which 
did not obey to the "Pope" and to the new emperors. The region had been entirely colonized by 
Aryan and housed over 600,000 war refugees whom the Invaders had an interest in exterminating. 
Dresden was an important economic center, with 127 factories and military facilities that could 
house 20,000 people. The city's skyline continues exactly as it was in the 1800s and probably still 
draws energy from the ether. But the ancient inhabitants were gone to give place to the invaders. 
This building in Dresden, for example, is a huge Tartarian power 
station, transformed into a mosque by Grey Men acting on behalf of 
Invading NWO Parasites. Even so, it still retains the red and white 
colors of Tartary that designated the main function of these structures. 

As an American prisoner of war, Kurt Vonnegut witnessed the 
firebombing of Dresden, Germany in 1945 from the cellar of a slaugh¬ 
terhouse, an experience he later recounted in his most celebrated 
novel, "Slaughterhouse-Five." described the event as "the greatest 
massacre in European history." A four-night aerial bombing attack by 
the Americans and British dropped more than 3,900 tons of explosives 
on the city. Mr.Vonnegut described the scene afterward as resembling 
"the surface of the moon." There were so many corpses, he wrote, 
that German soldiers gave up burying them and simply burned them 
on the spot with flame-throwers. 

The Carpet Bombing over and over and over by US Allies in 1945 

After the Tartarian defeat, all the 

Chapter 21: The Destruction of Great Tartary 295 




Cathedral of Bariloche 
Cathedral of La Plata 
Cathedral of Lujan 
Cathedral of Mar del Plata 


Government House, Sydney 
Scots' Church, Melbourne 
Vaucluse House Sydney Regency Gothic. 

Sydney Conservatorium of Music, the old Government 
stable block. 

Government House, Sydney 
St. Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney 
St. Mary's Cathedral, Sydney 

Sydney University, the main building, commenced 
1850s, extended 20th century 
St Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne 
St. Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne 
Melbourne University - Main Building, Newman College and Ormond College 
The Collins Street group in Melbourne - Rialto buildings. Former Stock Exchange, Gothic Bank, 
Goode House and Olderfleet buildings and Safe Deposit Building 
St David's Cathedral, Hobart 
Government House, Hobart 
Perth Town Hall 

Newington College, founders block 
Church of the Apostles, Launceston 


Votivkirche, Vienna, 1856-79 
Rathaus, Vienna, 1872-83 

New Cathedral (Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception), Linz, 1862-1924 
Vier-Evangelisten-Kirche, Arriach, 


298 The One World Tartarians 

Johanneskirche, Klagenfurt 

Evang. Kirche, Techendorf 

Evangelische Kirche im Stadtpark, Villach 

Nikolai-Kirche, Villach 

Filialkirche hi. Stefan, Eoderlach (Wernberg) 

Marienkirche, Berndorf, Lower Austria 
Briindlkapelle, Dietmanns 

Sisi Chapel located in the Sievering area of the Viennese district of Dobling near the Vienna Woods 

Saint John the Evangelist church Aigen, Upper Austria 

Pfarrkirche, Bruckmiihl, Upper Austria 

Evang. Pfarrkirche A.B., Steyr, Upper Austria 

Pfarrkirche Maria Himmelfahrt, Mauerkirchen, Upper Austria 

Filialkirche Heiliges Kreuz Friedhof, Miinzbach, Upper Austria 


Parliament of Barbados, west-wing completed 1872, 
east-wing in 1873. 


Sint-Petrus-en-Pauluskerk, Ostend 
Maredsous Abbey, 1872-1892 
Loppem Castle, 1856-1869 
Church of Hurmegem, paintings 1856-1869 
Basilica of Our Lady, Dadizele, 1857-1867[‘^“®*‘°"™®‘^®‘^' 

Sint-Petrus-en-Pauluskerk, Ostend, 1899-1908 
Church of Our Lady of Laeken, Brussels, 1854-1909 
Mesen castle, Lede. 

Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Cathedral of Jesus' Heart, Sarajevo 
Cathedral of Jesus' Heart, Sarajevo 


Church of Our Lady of Purification, Bom Principio, 


Sanctuary of Our Lady Mother of Humanity (Caraga), Minas Gerais, 1876 
Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, Rio de Janeiro, 1886 
Cathedral of Our Lady of Exile, Jundiai, 1890 
Cathedral of Santa Teresa, Caxias do Sul, 1899 
Crypt of Sao Paulo Cathedral 

St. Peter of Alcantara Cathedral, Petropolis, 1884-1969 
Church os Saint Peter, Porto Alegre, 1919 
Catedral of Our Lady of Boa Viagem, Belo Horizonte, 1923 
Church of Santa Rita, Santa Rita do Passa Quatro 
Church of The Holy Sacrament and Santa Teresa, Porto Alegre, 1924 

Appendix I: Tartarian Architecture Worldwide aka Gothic/Renaissance 299 

Sao Paulo Se Cathedral (Catedral da Se de Sao Paulo), Sao 
Paulo, 1912-1967 

Premonstratensian Seminary Chapel, Pirapora do Bom 
Jesus, 1926 

Sanctuary of Santa Teresinha, Taubate, 1929 
Sao Joao Batista Cathedral (Catedral Sao Joao Batista), Santa 
Cruz do Sul, 1928-1932 

Church of Our Lady of the Glory, Sinimbu, 1927 
Basilica of Santo Antonio, Santos, 1929 
Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary, Caieiras, 2006 
Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Fatima, Embu das 
Artes, Sao Paulo, 2004 


Parliament Hill, Ottawa, Ontario 
Parliament Hill, Ottawa, Ontario, 1878 
Notre-Dame Basilica, Montreal, Quebec, 1829 
St. James' Cathedral, Toronto, Ontario, 1853 
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist St. John's, Newfoundland, 


Church of Our Lady Immaculate, Guelph, Ontario, 1888 
Currie Hall, Royal Military College of Canada, Kingston, Ontario, 1922 
College Building, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (1913) 

Little Trinity Anglican Church, 1843, Toronto, Ontario - Tudor 
Gothic revival 

Church of the Holy Trinity (Toronto), 1847, Toronto, Ontario 
St. Dunstan's Basilica 1916, Charlottetown, PEI 
Hart House at the University of Toronto, 1911-1919, Toronto, 


1 Spadina Crescent, at the University of Toronto, Toronto, 

Ontario, 1875 

Burwash Hall at Victoria University in the University of 
Toronto, Toronto, Ontario 
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, St. John's 
St. Patrick's Church, St. John's 

St. Peter's Cathedral (London), London, Ontario, 1885 
St. Patrick's Basilica, Montreal, Montreal, 1847 
Ottawa Normal School, Ottawa, Ontario, 1874 
St. Patrick's Basilica (Ottawa), Ottawa, Ontario, 1875 
First Baptist Church (Ottawa), Ottawa, Ontario, 1878 
Confederation Building (Ottawa), Ottawa, Ontario, 1931 
Christ Church Cathedral, Montreal 
St. Michael's Basilica, Chatham, New Brunswick 

300 The One World Tartarians 

St. Mary's Basilica (Halifax), Halifax Regional Municipality, 
Nova Scotia, 1899 

St. Michael's Cathedral, Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, 1845 
Church of the Redeemer (Toronto), Toronto, Ontario, 1879 
St. James Anglican Church, Vancouver, British Columbia 
Bathurst Street Theatre, Toronto, Ontario, 1888 
Bloor Street United Church, Toronto, Ontario, 1890 
Casa Loma, Toronto, Ontario, 1914 


Federico Santa Maria Technical University, Valparaiso 1931 
Church of the Sacred Heart, Valparaiso 
Church of the Twelve Apostles, Valparaiso, 1869 
Vergara Hall (Venetian Gothic), Vina del Mar, 1910 


Sacred Heart Cathedral, Canton, China, 1863-1888 
Church of the Saviour, Beijing, China 
St. Ignatius Cathedral, Shanghai, China 
Cathedral of St Joseph, Chongqing, China 
Sacred Heart Cathedral, Jinan, China 
Saint Dominic's Cathedral, Fuzhou, China 
Sacred Heart Cathedral, Shengyang, China 
St. John's Cathedral, Hong Kong, China 
St. Theresa's Cathedral, Changchun, China 
National Shrine and Minor Basilica of Our Lady of Sheshan, 
Shanghai, China 
Xizhimen Church, Beijing, China 


Castle Trakoscan, 1886 

Hermann Bolle, Monumental cemetery Mirogoj, Zagreb, 

Hermann Bolle, Zagreb cathedral, 1880- 

Costa Rica 

Iglesia de Coronado, San Jose 

Saint Venceslav Cathedral in Olomouc, Czech Republic 
Czech Republic 

Basilica of St Peter and St Paul, Prague 
Completion of St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague, 1870-1929 
Completion of Saint Wenceslas cathedral, Olomouc, 1883-92 
Hluboka Castle 

Herholdt's Copenhagen University Library (1861) 

Appendix I: Tartarian Architecture Worldwide aka Gothic/Renaissance 301 


St. Ansgar's Cathedral, Copenhagen (1840-42) 

University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, 1835 
Copenhagen University Library, Copenhagen, 1857-61 
St. John's Church, Copenhagen, Norrebro, Copenhagen, 1861 
St. James's Church, 0sterbro, Copenhagen, 1876-78 
Church of Our Lady, Aarhus, 1879-80 
St. Alban's Church, Copenhagen, 1885-87 
Equatorial Guinea 

St. Elizabeth's Cathedral, Malabo, 1897-1916 
Cathedral of Santa Isabel of Malabo 


St. Henry's Cathedral, Helsinki, 1858-1860 
Ritarihuone, Helsinki, 1862 
Heinavesi Church, Heinavesi, 1890-1891 
St. John's Church, Helsinki, 1888-1893 
Mikkeli Cathedral, Mikkeli, 1896-1897 
Joensuu church, Joensuu, 1903 
Basilica of St. Clotilde in Paris, France 


Temple Saint-Etienne, Mulhouse 
Basilica of St. Clotilde, Paris 
Eglise Saint-Ambroise (Paris) 

Eglise Saint-Georges, Lyon 

Jesuit Church, Molsheim 

St. Paul's Church, Strasbourg 

Basilica of the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes 


New Town Hall in Munich, Germany 
Nauener Tor, Potsdam, 1755 

Gothic House, Dessau-Worlitz Garden Realm, 1774 

Friedrichswerdersche Kirche, Berlin, 1824-30 

Castle in Kamenz (now Kamieniec Z^bkowicki in Poland), 1838-65 

Burg Hohenzollern, 1850-67 

Completion of Cologne Cathedral, 1842-80 

New Town Hall, Munich, 1867-1909 

St. Agnes, Cologne, 1896-1901 

302 The One World Tartarians 


Sacred Heart Church, Koszeg 
Hungarian Parliament Building, Budapest 
Matthias Church, Budapest 


Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai 

San Thome Basilica, Chennai, India 

St Paul Cathedral, Kolkata, India 

Kolkata High Court, Kolkata, India 

Mutiny Memorial, New Delhi, India 

St. Stephen's Church, New Delhi, India 

Our Lady of Ransom Church, Kanyakumari, India 

Cathedral of the Holy Name, Mumbai, India 

Mount Mary Church, Bandra, Mumbai, India 

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai, India 

University of Mumbai, Mumbai, India 

Bombay High Court, Mumbai, India 

Wilson College, Mumbai, India 

David Sassoon Library, Mumbai, India 

St. Philomena's Church, Mysore, India 

Medak Cathedral. Medak. (Telangana). (India) 


Church of our Lady Assumption, Jakarta 

Church of our lady Assumption, Jakarta, Indonesia (Locally known 
as Gereja Katedral Jakarta) 

Ursula Chapel, Jakarta, Indonesia 

Church of the birth of our Lady Mary, Surabaya, Indonesia 
St. Peter's Church, Bandung, Indonesia 
St. Joseph's Church, Semarang, Indonesia 

St. Fransiskus Chapel, Semarang, Indonesia (located at Ordo St. 

Fransiskus (OSF) Cloister) 

St. Mary the Virgin Church, Bogor, Indonesia 
Regina Pacis Chapel, Bogor, Indonesia 

Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, Malang, Indonesia (Locally known 
as Gereja Kayutangan) 

Sayidan Church, Yogyakarta, Indonesia 


St John's Cathedral, County Limerick, 1861 

St. Hunan's Cathedral, Letterkenny. County Donegal, 

Saint Finbarre's Cathedral, Cork, 1870 
Saints Peter and Paul's Church, Cork, 1866 


Appendix I: Tartarian Architecture Worldwide aka Gothic/Renaissance 303 

St Mary's Cathedral, Killarney, County Kerry, 


St. Aidan's Cathedral, Enniscorthy, County 
Wexford, 1843 

St Mary's Cathedral, Tuam, County Galway, 1878 
St. Mary's Cathedral, Kilkenny, County, Kilkenny, 




Castello d'Albertis, Genoa. 

Chiesa di San Teodoro, Genoa, 1870 
chiesa protestante di Genova, Genoa, 
chiesa anglicana All Saints Church, Bordighera, in the Province of Imperia. 
chiesa di Santo Spirito e Concezione, Zinola/Savona, 1873 

Castello di Pollenzo, Bra (near Cuneo), Piedmont. 

Chiesa di Santa Rita, Turin, early 20th century. 

Borgo Medioevale, Turin. 

Tempio Valdese, Turin, 1851-53 


Caffe Pedrocchi (or Pedrocchino), Padua, mixed parts of 
gothic and classical styles. 

Molino Stucky, Venice. 

chiesa di San Giovanni Battista, San Fior, in the Province 
of Treviso, 1906-1930 
Palazzetto Stern, Venice. 

Villa Herriot, Venice. 

Casa dei Tre Oci, Venice. 


Chiesa Evangelico Luterana, Trieste, 1871-74 
Notre Dame de Sion, Trieste, 1900 

Florence Cathedral, the facade only. 

Chiesa del Sacro Cuore (Livorno), Livorno (Leghorn), 


Palazzo Aldobrandeschi, Grosseto, 1903 
chiesa Valdese, Florence, 
chiesa Episcopale Americana di Saint James, Florence, early 20th century. 
Tempio della Congregazione Olandese Alemanna, Livorno, 1862-1864 

Chiesa di Santa Maria del Rosario in Prati, Rome, 1912-16 
Church of Sacro Cuore del Suffragio, Rome, 1917 

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chiesa del Sacro Cuore, Grottaferrata, in the Province of Rome, 


Chiesa Anglicana Episcopale di San Paolo entro le Mura, Rome 
Chiesa di Ognissanti (chiesa anglicana di Roma), Rome, 1882 


Santuario dell'Addolorata, Castelpetroso, 1890-1975 

Chiesa di Santa Maria Stella del mare, Naples, early 20th century. 

Castello Aselmeyer, Naples. 

Anglican Church of Naples, Naples, 1861-1865 
Chiesa Luterana, Naples, 1864 


City Hall (Cagliari), Cagliari, 1899 

Chiesa di Santa Maria della Guardia, Catania, 1880 
chiesa anglicana di Palermo, Palermo, 1875 


Oura Church, Nagasaki 


Cathedral Church of the Virgin Mary of the Immaculate Conception, Myeongdong 
Chunghyeon Church, SeouE^ 


Church in Sveksna 
Berzenai Manor 

Belltower of the Church of St. Arme in Vilnius 
Chapel in Rasos Cemetery 
Church of the Ascension of Christ in Kupiskis 
Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary in Palanga 
Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in 

Church of the Birth of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Nemunaitis 
Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary of the Scapular in 

Church of St. Anne in Akmene 
Church of St. Anthony of Padua in Birstonas 
Church of St. Casimir in Kamajai 
Church of St. James the Apostle in Sveksna 
Church of St. John the Baptist in Ramygala 
Church of St. Joseph in Karvis 
Church of St. George in Vilkija 

Church of the Name of Blessed Virgin Mary in Sasnava 

Appendix I: Tartarian Architecture Worldwide aka Gothic/Renaissance 305 

Church of the Holy Trinity in Gruzdziai 
Church of the Holy Trinity in Jurbarkas 
Church of the Holy Trinity in Pabirze 
Church of the Holy Trinity in Tverecius 
Church of St. Matthias in Rokiskis 
Church of St. Matthew the Apostle in Anyksciai 
Church of St. Stanislaus the Bishop in Kazitiskis 
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Juodkrante 
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Nida 
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Silute 
Lentvaris Manor 
Paliesiai Manor 
Raduskevicius Palace 
Raudone Castle 

Tyszkiewicz family Mausoleum and Chapel in Kretinga 


St Michael's Institution, Ipoh, Malaysia 
St. Xavier Church, Malacca, Malaysia^®' 

Holy Rosary Church, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia!®' 


Chapultepec Castle, Mexico City 

Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Zamora, Michoacan 
Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral 
Palacio de Correos de Mexico 
La Parroquia Church of St. Michael the Archangel, San Miguel de Allende 
Templo Expiatorio del Santisimo Sacramento, Jalisco 
Templo Expiatorio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus, Leon, Guanajuato 
Parroquia de San Jose Obrero, Arandas Jalisco 


St. Mary Cathedral, Yangon, Myanmar 
Holy Trinity Cathedral, Yangon, Myanmar 
St. Joseph Church, Mandalay, Myanmar 

New Zealand 

Christchurch Cathedral 

Canterbury Museum, Christchurch. (Benjamin Mountfort architect) 
Christchurch Arts Centre, Christchurch (Mountfort) 

Christchurch Cathedral, Christchurch (George Gilbert Scott and Mountfort) 
Canterbury Provincial Council Buildings, Christchurch (Mountfort) 

Christ's College, Christchurch, Christchurch 
Victoria Clock Tower, Christchurch (Mountfort) 

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Dunedin Town Hall, Dunedin, 1878-1880. (Robert Lawson) 
First Church, Dunedin 1867-1873. (Lawson) 

Knox Church, Dunedin 1874-1876. (Lawson) 

Larnach Castle, Dunedin, 1867-1887. (Lawson) 

Old St. Paul's, Wellington (Frederick Thatcher) 

St. Joseph's Cathedral, Dunedin, 1879-1886.(Francis Petre) 
Otago Boys' High School, Dunedin 1883-1885. (Lawson) 
Seacliff Lunatic Asylum, Dunedin, 1884-1887. (Lawson) 
University of Otago Clocktower complex, Dunedin, 1878-1922. 
(Maxwell Bury)University of Otago Registry Building, 
Dunedin, 1879-1922. (Bury) 

Lyttelton Timeball Station, Lyttelton. (Thomas Cane) 


Oscarshall, Oslo, 1847-1852 
Sagene Church, Oslo, 1891 

Tromso Cathedral, in wood, Tromso, Norway, 1861 


Government College University, Lahore, Pakistan 
Cathedral Church of the Resurrection, Lahore, Pakistan 
St. Patrick Cathedral, Karachi, Pakistan 
St Andrew's Church, Karachi, Pakistan 


San Sebastian Church, Manila, 1891 
St. Anne's Parish Church / Molo Church, Iloilo, 1795 
Montserrat Abbey San Beda University, Manila, 1926 
Archdiocesan Shrine of Espiritu Santo, Santa Cruz, Manila, 1932 
Ellinwood Malate Church, Malate, Manila, 1936 
Manila Central United Methodist Church, Ermita, Manila, 1937 
Iglesia ni Cristo Lokal ng Washington, Sampaloc, Manila, 1948 
Knox United Methodist Church, Santa Cruz, Manila, 1953 


19th-century palace in Opinogora houses the Museum of 

Gothic House in Pulawy, 1800-1809 

Potocki mausoleum located at the Wilanow Palace, 1823-1826 
Lublin Castle, 1824-1826 

Krasinski Palace in Opinogora Gorna, 1828-1843 
Kornik Castle, 1843-1861 

Blessed Bronislawa Chapel in Krakow, 1856-1861 

Appendix I: Tartarian Architecture Worldwide aka Gothic/Renaissance 307 

Collegium Novum of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, 1873-1887 

Karl Scheibler's Chapel in Lodz, 1885-1888 

Cathedral in Siedlce, 1906-1912 

Temple of Mercy and Charity in Flock, 1911-1914 


The Grand Palace in Tsaritsyno 

Gothic Chapel, Peterhof 

Chesme palace church (1780), St Petersburg 

Tsaritsyno Palace, Moscow 

Nikolskaya tower of Moscow Kremlin, Moscow 

St. Mary Cathedral, Moscow 

St. Andrew's Anglican Church, Moscow (1884) 

TSUM, Moscow 


St Andrew's Cathedral on North Bridge Road, Singapore 
Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Serangoon, 


Astorga Episcopal Palace, Astorga 
Casa de los Botines, Leon 

Cathedral of San Cristobal de La Laguna, San Cristobal de La Laguna 

Facade and spire of Cathedral of Santa Eulalia, Barcelona 

Temple Expiatori del Sagrat Cor, on Tibidabo hill, Barcelona 

Gothic Quarter, Barcelona 

Sobrellano Palace, Comillas 

Cathedral of Maria Inmaculada of Vitoria 

Butron Castle 

San Sebastian Cathedral 


Neo gothic buildings erected during 19th or 20th century 
St. John's church, Stockholm 

St. Peter and St. Sigfrids anglican church, Stockholm 
Gustavus Adolphus church, Stockholm 
Oscar church, Stockholm 

St. George's greek orthodox cathedral, Stockholm 
Nacka church, Nacka, Stockholm 
Gustavsberg church, Gustavsberg, Stockholm 
Taxinge church, Taxinge 
Matthew's church, Norrhoping 
Oscar Fredrik's church, Gothenburg 

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Orgryte new church, Gothenburg 
St. John church, Gothenburg 
St. Andrew's anglican church, Gothenburg 
Gustavus Adolphus's church. Boras 
Trollhattan church, Trollhattan 
Smdgen church, Smdgen 
Lysekil church, Lysekil 
Rudbeck school, Orebro 
Olaus Petri church, Orebro 

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Atvid new church, Atvidaberg 
Kristinehamn church, Kristinehamn 
Lulea cathedral, Lulea 
Umea city church, Umea 
Gustavus Adolphus's church, Sundsvall 
Oviken new church, Oviken 
Church of all saints, Lund 
the University Library, Lund 
Cathedral School, Lund 
Norra Nobbelov church, Lund 
Eslbv church, Eslbv 
Svedala church, Svedala 
Billinge church, Billinge 
Kallstorp church, Kallstorp 
Asmundtorp church, Asmundtorp 
Nosaby church, Nosaby 
Osterldv Church, Osterldv 
Ostra Klagstorp church, Ostra Klagstorp 
Sofia church, Jonkoping 
Arlov church, Arlov, Malmo 
Bunkeflo church, Bunkeflo, Malmo 
Limhamn church, Limhamn, Malmo 
Gustavus Adolphus's church, 

HelsingborgHelsingborg court house, 

Helsingborg Gosslaroverket (Grammar School for boys), 

Helsingborg Medieval and other buildings influenced by neo gothic renovation 

St. Nicolai church, Trelleborg Floda church, Elodafors 

Uppsala cathedral, Uppsala Skara Cathedral, Skara 

Linkbping Cathedral, Linkbping 

St. Nicolai church, Orebro 

Klara church, Stockholm 

Riddarholmen church, Stockholm 

Malmb court house, Malmb 

Appendix I: Tartarian Architecture Worldwide aka Gothic/Renaissance 309 


St. Nicholas Roman Catholic Cathedral, Kiev 
Roman Catholic Cathedral in Kharkiv 
Church of St. Olha and Elizabeth in Lviv, 

United Kingdom England 

Clock tower of St. Pancras railway station in London, United 

Albert Memorial, London, 1872 

All Saints' Church, Daresbury, Cheshire, 1870s, the tower is 

All Saints Church, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, 1843 
All Saints Church, Margaret Street, London 
Bristol Cathedral, Bristol, the nave and west front 
Broadway Theatre, Catford, London, 1928-32 
Charterhouse School, Godaiming, Surrey 
Church of St Mary the Virgin, Reculver, Kent, 1876-78 
Downside Abbey, Somerset, c.1882-1925 
33-35 Eastcheap, City of London, 1868 
Fonthill Abbey, Wiltshire, 1795-1813 (no longer survives) 

Guildford Cathedral, Guildford 
John Rylands Library, Manchester, 1890-1900 
Keble College, Oxford, 1870 
Liverpool Cathedral, Liverpool 
Manchester Town Hall, Manchester, 1877 
The Maughan Library, City of London, 1851-1858 
Northampton Guildhall 

Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament), London, begun 
in 1840 

Royal Chapel of All Saints, Windsor Great Park, Berkshire, 
remodelled in 1866 
Royal Courts of Justice, London 
St. Chad's Cathedral, Birmingham 
St James the Less, Pimlico, London 
St Oswald's Church, Backford, Cheshire, the nave 1870s, the tower and chancel are medieval 
St Walburge's Church, Preston 
St Pancras railway station, London, 1868 
South London Theatre, London 
Tower Bridge, London 
Truro Cathedral, Cornwall 
Tyntesfield, Somerset, 1863 

Southwark Cathedral, Southwark, London, the nave 
Strawberry Hill, London, begun in 1749 

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Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Oxford 
Woodchester Mansion, Gloucestershire, c.1858-1873 
Wills Memorial Building at the University of Bristol, Bristol, 

Northern Ireland 


Scott Monument, Edinburgh 
Barclay Church, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1862-1864 
St Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh (Episcopal), from 1874 
Scott Monument, Edinburgh, Scotland, begun in 1841 
Gilbert Scott Building, University of Glasgow campus, Glasgow, 

Scotland, (the second largest example of Gothic Revival 
architecture in the British Isles), 1870 
Kelvinside Hillhead Parish Church, Observatory Road/Huntly 
Gardens, West End, Glasgow. Opened 1876. Based on the 
famous Sainte Chapelle, Paris 
Wallace Monument 


Hawarden Castle (18th century), Hawarden 
Gwrych Castle, Abergele, 1819 
Penrhyn Castle, Gwynedd, 1820-45 
Cyfarthfa Castle, Merthyr Tydfil, 1824 
Treberfydd, near Brecon, 1847-50 
Bodelwyddan Castle, Bodelwyddan, Denbighshire, 1850s, with further alterations in the 1880s 
Hafodunos, near Llangernyw, 1861-6 
Cardiff Castle, Glamorgan, 1866-9 
Castell Coch, Glamorgan, 1871 

United States 


Lanier High School Lanier High School (Montgomery, Alabama), Montgomery, Alabama 


Hearst Castle, San Simeon, California 
Cathedral Building, Oakland, California, 1914 
Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, 1928-1964. 

St. Dominic's Roman Catholic Church, San Francisco, 1928 

All Saints Episcopal Church (Pasadena, California), church 1926, rectory 1931. 

First Congregational Church of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California 90020,1931 

Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut 

Harkness Tower, 1917-21 

Hall of Graduate Studies, Yale Law School 

Appendix I: Tartarian Architecture Worldwide aka Gothic/Renaissance 311 

Payne Whitney Gymnasium 
Residential colleges 
Sterling Memorial Library 


Several buildings on the University of Florida campus, Gaines¬ 
ville, Florida 


Congregation Mickve Israel, Savannah, Georgia, 1876-78. A 
rare example of a Gothic revival synagogue. 


Tribune Tower, Chicago, Illinois, completed in 1925 
University of Chicago 
Rockefeller Chapel 
other campus buildings 


Basilica of the Sacred Heart, Notre Dame, Indiana, 1882 


Christ Church Cathedral, New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1886. 

Old Louisiana State Capitol, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1849. 

St. Patrick's Church (New Orleans, Louisiana), New Orleans, Louisiana, 1837. 


The Baltimore City College (public high school), Baltimore, 

Maryland, founded 1839, erected 1926-1928, third oldest 
public high school in America, nicknamed "The Castle 
on the Hill", at 33rd Street and The Alameda. 


Boston College, Boston, Massachusetts 
Bapst Library, 1908 


Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church, Detroit, Michigan, 



St. Mary's Episcopal Chapel in Adams County, Mississippi, 



Brookings Hall and several buildings on the Washington 
University campus, St. Louis, Missouri 
St. Francis de Sales Church (St. Louis, Missouri), the second 
largest church in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of 
St. Louis 
New Jersey 

Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart (Newark, New Jersey) 

Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey 


312 The One World Tartarians 

Princeton University Chapel, 1925-1928 
Princeton University Graduate College 
Whitman College House 

Several buildings on the Seton Hall University campus. South Orange, New Jersey 

New York 

American Museum of Natural History, Manhattan, 1877 
Saint Ignatius of Antioch Episcopal Church, Manhattan, 1902 
St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York City, 1858-78 
Woolworth Building, New York City, 1910-13 
Trinity and U.S. Realty Building, New York City, 1907 
New York Life Insurance Building, New York City, 1928 
Liberty Tower, New York City, 1909 
Public School 166 in Manhattan, New York City, 1898 

McGraw Tower, Uris Library, Willard Straight Hall, and other buildings on the Cornell University 
campus in Ithaca, New York. 

Several buildings of the Fordham University campus in The Bronx including structures as recently 
constructed as 2000. 

The Thompson Memorial Library at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY, 1905. 

Several buildings on the City College of New York campus. New York City 

Most of the buildings on the West Point campus, most famously the West Point Cadet Chapel 

North Carolina 

Duke Chapel and the main quadrangle of the West Campus of Duke University, Durham, North 
Carolina, 1930-35 

High Point Central High School, (High Point, North Carolina) 


Several buildings on the University of Toledo campus, Toledo, Ohio 

St. John's Episcopal Church (Cleveland, Ohio) 1836, the oldest consecrated building in Cuyahoga 
County, Ohio 

Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland 

Forest Lawn Memorial Park Youngstown, Ohio 

Jones Hall at Youngstown State University, Youngstown, Ohio 

Saint John's Episcopal Church, Youngstown, Ohio 


Rockefeller Hall, Bryn Mawr College 
Heinz Memorial Chapel, University of Pittsburgh 
Alumni Memorial Building, Lehigh University, 

Bethlehem, 1925 

Bryn Athyn Cathedral, Bryn Athyn, 1913-19 
Several buildings on the Bryn Mawr College 
campus, Bryn Mawr 

Church of the Advocate, Philadelphia, 1892-97 
East Liberty Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, 


Appendix I: Tartarian Architecture Worldwide aka Gothic/Renaissance 313 

Several buildings on the Grove City College campus. 

Grove City, Pennsylvania 
PPG Place, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1984 
Saint Peter's Episcopal Church, Pittsburgh, Penn¬ 
sylvania. Built 1851, moved and re-constructed 
1901, destroyed (date needed) 

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 
College Hall, 1872 
Houston Hall, 1894-96,1936 
Irvine Auditorium, 1926-29 
Quadrangle Dormitories, 1895-1912,1920s, 1950s 
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh 
Cathedral of Learning, 1926-37 
Heinz Chapel, 1933-38 
Stephen Foster Memorial, 1935-37 
Clapp Hall, 1956 

Several buildings on the Rhodes College campus, Memphis, Tennessee 
St. Mary's Episcopal Cathedral in Memphis, Tennessee, 1898-1926 

St. Patrick Cathedral, Fort Worth, Texas, 1888 


Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1896 


St. Paul's Episcopal Church (Alexandria, Virginia), 1818, 
designed by Benjamin Latrobe 
Several buildings on the University of Richmond campus, 
Richmond, Virginia, 1937 


Suzzallo Library and several buildings on the University 
of Washington campus, Seattle, Washington 

Washington, D.C. 

Oak Hill Cemetery Chapel, Washington, D.C., designed by 
James Renwick, Jr. in 1850 

Washington National Cathedral, Washington, D.C., 1907-90 

Natrona County High School, Casper, Wyoming, 1924 
Notre Dame Basilica of Saigon 


Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 
St. Joseph Cathedral, Hanoi, Vietnam 
Nha Trang Cathedral, Nha Trang, Vietnam 


EXHIBITIONS (1790-1930) 


• 1791 - [ffiPrague, Bohemia, Habsburg Monarchy - first industrial exhibition on the occasion 
of the coronation of Leopold II as king of Bohemia, took place in Clementinum, considerable 
sophistication of manufacturing methods 

• 1798 - 1 IParis, France - L'Exposition publique des produits de Tindustrie frangaise, Paris, 
1798j^' This was the first public industrial exposition in France although earlier in 1798 the 
Marquis d'Aveze had held a private exposition of handicrafts and manufactured goods at 
the Maison d'Orsay in the Rue de Varenne and it was this that suggested the idea of a public 
exposition to Frangois de Neufchateau, Minister of the Interior for the French Republic. 


• 1801 - 1 IParis, France - Second Exposition (1801). After the success of the exposition of 1798 
a series of expositions for French manufacturing followed (1801,1802,1806,1819,1823,1827, 
1834,1844 and 1849) until the first properly international (or universal) exposition in France 
in 1855.141 

• 1802 - 1 IParis, France - Third Exposition (1802)141 

• 1806 - 1 IParis, France - Fourth Exposition (1806)141 


• 1819 - Paris, France - Fifth Exposition (1819)141 


• 1823 - Paris, France - Sixth Exposition (1823)141 

• 1827 - Paris, France - Seventh Exposition (1827)141 

• 1829 - ^=New York City, United States - American Institute Fair 

• 1829 - ^Blurin, Piedmont-Sardinia - Prima Triermale Pubblica Esposizione dell'anno 1829. 
In Turin, a second 'triennale' followed in 1832 before other national agricultural, industrial, 
commercial, and applied arts expositions there in 1838,1844,1850 and 1858.1^1 


• 1832 - ^Vlurin, Piedmont-Sardinia - Seconda Triennale Pubblica Esposizione dell'anno 1832. 


• 1834 - 1 IParis, France - French Industrial Exposition of 1834I41 

• 1838 - ^Vrurin, Piedmont-Sardinia - Pubblica esposizione dell'anno 1838. 


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• 1839 - 1 IParis, France - Ninth Exposition (1839)^®] 


• 1844 - 1 IPariS/ France - French Industrial (Tenth) Exposition of 1844[‘^' 

• 1844 - ^Vlurin, Piedmont-Sardinia - Quarta Esposizione dTndustria et di Belle Artil®' 

• 1846 - ^iGenoa, Piedmont-Sardinia - Esposizione dei Prodotti e delle Manufatture nazion- 

g^li [citation needed] 

• 1849 - ^^Birmingham, United Kingdom - Exhibition of Industrial Arts and Manufacturers^^' 

• 1849 - ^^London, United Kingdom - First Exhibition of British Manufacturers (1849)'^^' 

• 1849 - 1 IParis, France - Eleventh Exposition (1849) 


• 1850 - Itlurin, Piedmont-Sardinia - Quinta Esposizione di Industria e di Belle Arti'^^' 

• 1851 - ^^London, United Kingdom - The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All 
Nations - The Crystal Palace (typically listed as the "first world's fair")'^^' 

• 1852 - ^^Cork/ United Kingdom - Irish Industrial Exhibition's'll 

• 1853 - * Naples, Two Sicilies - Solenne Pubblica Esposizione di Arti e Manifatture's®' 

• 1853-1854 - ^^New York, United States - Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations's^' 

• 1853 - ^^Dublin, United Kingdom - Great Industrial Exhibition (1853)'s^' 

• 1854 - liGenoa, Piedmont-Sardinia - Esposizione Industriale's^' 

• 1854 - ^HMunich, Bavaria - Allgemeine deutsche Industrie-Ausstellung's^' 

• 1854 - SHMelbourne, Victoria - Melbourne Exhibition (in conjunction with Exposition 
Universelle (1855))'^^' 

• 1855 - 1 IParis, France - Exposition Universelle (1855)'^®"^^ 

• 1856 -1 iBrussels, Belgium - International Exhibition's®' 

• 1857 - ^^Manchester, United Kingdom - Art Treasures Exhibition at the Royal Botanical 
Gardens, Stretford's^' 

• 1857 - Ohausanne, Switzerland - Lausanne Exhibition's®' 

• 1858 - 1 lOijon, France - Dijon Exposition's^' 

• 1858 - ^^Philadelphia, United States - Philadelphia Technological Exhibition'^®' 

• 1858 - ItTurin, Piedmont-Sardinia - Sesta Esposizione Nazionale di Prodotti d'Industria'S'S' 

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• 1861 - SDBrisbane, Queensland - First Queensland Exhibition 

• 1861 - SHMelbourne, Victoria - Second Victorian Exhibition 

• 1861 - 1 iMetz, France - Exposition Universelle (1861)'^^' 

• 1861 - ^HAmsterdam, Netherlands - Fisheries Exposition'^®' 

• 1862 - SHGeelong, Victoria - Exhibition of Art, Science and Industry 

• 1862 - ^^London, United Kingdom - 1862 International Exhibition's®"s7l 

Appendix II: List of World Expositions and Exhibitions (1790-1930) 317 

• 1863 - mConstantinople (Istanbul), Ottoman Empire (Turkey) - Ottoman General Expositions'll 

• 1864 -1 ISayonne, France - Franco-Spanish ExpositionS‘““‘°""®®‘^®‘^i 

• 1865 - ^*Cologne, Germany - International Agricultural Exhibitions^] 

• 1865 - SifiBergen, Norway - International Fisheries Exhibitionl^^l 

• 1865 - ^ZBatavia (Jakarta), Dutch East Indies (Indonesia) - Industrial and Agricultural Exhi- 

j^itioj;^[citation needed] 

• 1865 - SHDunedin, New Zealand - New Zealand Exhibition!^®] 

• 1865 - ^^Dublin, United Kingdom - International Exhibition of Arts and Manufactures!^^] 

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• 1865 - ^Zbreetown, Sierra Leone Colony and Protectorate - Sierra Leone Exhibitions®] 

• 1865 - K Porto, Portugal - Exposigao Internacional do Porto!^^] 

• 1866 - SHBallarat, Victoria - National Industrial Exhibition 

• 1866 - SHMelbourne, Victoria - Intercolonial Exhibition of Australasia 

• 1866 -1 iBoulogne-sur-Mer, France - International Fisheries Expositions®] 

• 1866 -1 lArcachon, France - International Exposition of Eish and Water Products]®®] 

• 1866 - SBStockholm, Sweden - Scandinavian Industrial Exhibition]®®] 

• 1867 -1 IParis, France - Exposition Universelle (1867)S®]S®] 

• 1867 - ^ZOen Haag, Netherlands - International Maritime Exhibition!®®] 

• 1867 - SSAarhaus, Denmark - International Maritime Exhibition!®®] 

• 1867 - ^ZVienna, Austria - International Maritime Exhibition!®®] 

• 1867 - ^SGothenburg, Sweden - International Maritime Exhibition]®®] 

• 1868 - ■ iLe lavre, France - International Maritime Exposition!®®] 

• 1869 - ^nAmsterdam, Netherlands - International Exhibition of Domestic Economy!®®] 


• 1870 - SDSydney, New South Wales - Intercolonial Exhibition (1870)!®®] 

• 1871 - ^^Cordoba, Argentina - Exposicion NacionaF®®] 

• 1871 - ^^London, United Kingdom - First Annual International Exhibition (1871)!®®] 

• 1871 - HNaples, taly International Maritime Exposition!®®] 

• 1872 - SBHamilton, Bermuda - Industrial and Loan Exhibition 

• 1872 - SZCopenhagen, Denmark - Second Scandinavian Exhibition of Arts and Industry!°*®*‘°" 


• 1872 - ^^London, United Kingdom - Second Annual International Exhibition (1872)!®®] 

• 1872 - SHChristchurch, New Zealand - New Zealand Interprovincial Exhibition 

• 1872 - I'lLima, Peru - Lima International Exhibition]®®] 

• 1872 -1 iLyon, France - Exposition Universelle et Internationale (1872)]®®] 

• 1872 - • Kyoto, Japan - Exhibition of Arts and Manufactures (1872)]®®] 

• 1873 - ^^London, United Kingdom - Third Annual International Exhibition (1873)!®®] 

• 1873 - ^Zvienna, Austria-Hungary - Weltausstellung 1873 Wien!®®]!®®] 

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1873 - SDSydney, New South Wales - Metropolitan Intercolonial Exhibition (1873) 

1874 - ^^London, United Kingdom - Fourth Annual International Exhibition (1874) 

1874 - ^^Dublin, United Kingdom^^'^' - International Exhibition of Arts and Manufactures 

1874 - fr^Rome, Italy - Esposizione internazionale (1874) (never held)^^' 

1874 - SDjamestown, St. Helena - St. Helena Industrial Exhibitiont'=“®*‘°""®®‘*®‘*] 

1874 - 1 iMarseille, France - Exhibition of Modern Inventions and Discoveries^^®' 

1874 - ^^Philadelphia, United States - Franklin Institute Exhibition'^^' 

1875 - SHMelbourne, Victoria - Victorian Intercolonial Exhibition'^^' 

1875 - ^"Nizhni Novgorod, Russia - Nizhni Novgorod Fair (1875)'^^' 

1875 - SSDSydney, New South Wales - Intercolonial Exhibition (1875) 

1875 - IniSantiago, Chile - Chilean International Exhibition'®^' 

1876 - I ISrussels, Belgium - International Exposition of Hygiene and Life-saving Appara- 

t-Qs [citation needed] 

1876 - ^■Helsinki, Finland - Finnish General Exhibition'®®' 

1876 - SHAdelaide, South Australia - Adelaide Industrial Exhibition 
1876 - ^=Philadelphia, United States - Centennial Exposition'^®"^^' 

1876 - SDBrisbane, Queensland - Intercolonial Exhibition (1876)'®^' 

1876 - ^^London, United Kingdom - London Loan Collection of Scientific Apparatus''^®"®®' 

1877 - SDCape Town, Cape Colony - South African International Exhibition''^^' 

1877 - • Tokyo, Japan - First National Industrial Exhibition (1877) (Ueno Park)''^®' 

1877 - SDSydney, New South Wales - Sydney Metropolitan and Intercolonial Exhibition 

1877 - SHAdelaide, South Australia - Adelaide Industrial Exhibition 

1878 -1 IParis, France - Exposition Universelle (1878)'^®"^®' 

1878 - SHBallarat, Victoria - Australian Juvenile Industrial Exhibition (1878)'®^' 

1878 - ^^London, United Kingdom - International Fisheries Exhibition'®®' 

1879 - SHBendigo, Victoria - Juvenile Industrial Exhibition 
1879 - IflGeelong, Victoria - Geelong Juvenile and Industrial Exhibition 
1879 - SDSydney, New South Wales - Intercolonial Juvenile Industrial Exhibition 
1879 - ifflSydney, New South Wales - Sydney International Exhibition'^®"®®' 

1879 - SHMelbourne, Victoria - Intercolonial Juvenile Industrial Exhibition (1879)'®®' 

1879 - ^^Kilburn, United Kingdom - International Agricultural Exhibition'®®' 


• 1880 - ^ZBerlin, Germany - International Fisheries Exhibition'®®' 

• 1880 - ISChristchurch, New Zealand - Christchurch Industrial Exhibition 

• 1880 - SHAdelaide, South Australia - Industrial and Juvenile Exhibition 

• 1880 - ^^Glasgow, United Kingdom - Glasgow Electrical Exhibition'®®"®®' 

• 1880-1881 - ISMelbourne, Victoria - Melbourne International Exhibition (1880)'®®' 

Appendix II: List of World Expositions and Exhibitions (1790-1930) 319 

• 1881 - SHAdelaide, South Australia, Australia - Adelaide Exhibitionl^'^i 

• 1881 - ^=Matanzas, Cuba - Exhibition of Matanzas 

• 1881 - ^=Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Milwaukee Industrial Expositiont"‘®*‘°"™®‘*®‘*' 

• 1881 -1 IParis, France - International Exposition of Electricity, Paris^^^' 

• 1881 - SHDunedin, New Zealand - Dunedin Industrial Exhibition 

• 1881 - ^^Atlanta, United States - International Cotton Exposition^^^i 

• 1881 - ^XSudapest, Austria-Hungary - Orszagos Noipari Kiallitas['^“®*“""®®‘*®‘^] 

• 1881 - ^^London, United Kingdom - International Medical and Sanitary Exhibition['=“®*“" 


• 1881 - • Tokyo, Japan - Second National Industrial Exhibitionl'^^' 

• 1881-1882 - iiflPerth, Western Australia, Australia - Perth International Exhibitions^®' 

• 1882 -1 iLille, France - International Exposition of Industrial 

• 1882 - ^ZMunich, Germany - International Electrical Exposition'"‘®‘‘'’""®®‘*®‘^' 

• 1882 - SHChristchurch, New Zealand - New Zealand International Exhibition'‘^‘“‘°""®®‘^®‘^' 

• 1882 - ^^London, United Kingdom - Crystal Palace Electric ExhibitionS"‘®*‘°""®®‘*®'^' 

• 1882 - ^^Edinburgh, United Kingdom - International Fisheries Exhibition'^®' 

• 1882 -1 iBordeaux, France - Exposition internationale des vins'®^' 

• 1882 - ^ZSuenos Aires, Argentina - South American Continental Exhibition (Exposicion 
Continental Sud-Americana)'®®' 

• 1883 - ^^London, United Kingdom - International Electric Exhibition''^‘““‘°"‘^®®‘^®‘*' 

• 1883 - ^XVienna, Austria-Hungary - International Electrical Exposition''^“®*“""®®‘*®‘*' 

• 1883 - ^^Cork, United Kingdom - Cork Industrial Exhibition'°“**“”"®®‘^®‘^' 

• 1883 - ^nAmsterdam, Netherlands - International Colonial and Export Exhibition'^®' 

• 1883 - SDCalcutta, India - Calcutta International Exhibition'®®' 

• 1883 -1 iMarseilles, France - International Maritime Exposition'"‘®‘‘°""®®‘®®'®' 

• 1883 - SHChristchurch, New Zealand - All Colonial Exhibition 

• 1883 - ^ZMadrid, Spain - Exposition of Mining and Metallurgy 

• 1883 - ^^South Kensington, United Kingdom - International Fisheries Exhibition''^’*®*'®""®®'®®'®' 

• 1883 - SDParramatta, New South Wales - Intercolonial Juvenile Industrial Exhibition'®'*®*'®" 


• 1883 - SDHobart, Tasmania - Tasmanian Juvenile and Industrial Exhibition 

• 1883 - SDLaunceston, Tasmania - Art and Industrial Exhibition 

• 1883 - ^=Louisville, United States - Southern Exposition'®®' 

• 1883 - ^=New York City, United States - World's Fair (1883) (never held)'®®' 

• 1883 - ^BCaracas, Venezuela - National Exposition of Venezuela 

• 1883-1884 - ^^Boston, United States - The American Exhibition of the Products, Arts and 
Manufactures of Foreign Nations'®®' 

• 1884 -1 iNice, France - International Exposition of Nice'®'*®*'®""®®'®®'®' 

• 1884 - ^ZAmsterdam, Netherlands - International Agricultural Exhibition'®'*®*'®""®®'*®'®' 

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• 1884 - ^^London, United Kingdom - London International Universal Exhibition^^^' 

• 1884 - ^^South Kensington, United Kingdom - International Health and Education Exhi- 

[citation needed] 

• 1884 - ISCape Town, Cape Colony - South African Industrial Exhibition 

• 1884 - SCDurban, South Africa - Natal Agricultural, Horticultural, Industrial and Art 

• 1884 - ^^New Orleans, United States - World Cotton Centennial!^®! 

• 1884 - SHMelbourne, Victoria!®®^ - Victorian International Exhibition 1884 of Wine, Fruit, Grain 
& other products of the soil of Australasia with machinery, plant and tools employed 

• 1884 - ^^Edinburgh, United Kingdom - First International Forestry Exhibition 

• 1884 - HXurin, Italy - Esposizione Generate Italiana!®^' 

• 1884 - ISAdelaide, South Australia - Grand Industrial Exhibition 

• 1885 - SHMelbourne, Victoria - Victorians' Jubilee Exhibition (1885) (Jubilee of Victoria 

• 1885 - ISFort Elizabeth, Cape Colony (now South Africa) - South African Exhibition 

• 1885 - I lAntwerp, Belgium - Exposition Universelle d'Anvers (1885)!®®! 

• 1885 - ^^Nuremberg, Germany - International Exposition of Metals and Metallurgy 

• 1885 - ^iBudapest, Austria-Hungary - Hungarian National Exhibition 

• 1885 - SlWellington, New Zealand - New Zealand Industrial Exhibition 

• 1885 - ^ZZaragoza, Spain - Aragonese Exposition 

• 1885 - ^^London, United Kingdom - International Inventions Exhibition!®®^ 

• 1886 - ^^London, United Kingdom - Colonial and Indian Exhibition (1886)!®®] 

• 1886 - ^^Edinburgh, United Kingdom - International Exhibition of Industry, Science and 


• 1886 - ^^Liverpool, United Kingdom - International Exhibition of Navigation, Commerce 
and Industry (1886)!®®!!®®! 

• 1886 - SHBendigo, Victoria - Juvenile and Industrial Exhibition 

• 1886 - SDLaunceston, Tasmania - Launceston Industrial Exhibition 

• 1886 - iSFerth, Western Australia - West Australian Exhibition 

• 1887 - I iLe Havre, France - International Maritime Exposition!°*®*®°""®®‘®®‘®! 

• 1887 - ^^Atlanta, Fiedmont Exposition!'^‘““‘°""®®‘®®‘®! 

• 1887 - SHGeelong, Victoria - Geelong Jubilee Juvenile and Industrial Exhibition (1887)!'^‘““‘°" 


• 1887 - ^^Manchester, United Kingdom - Royal Jubilee Exhibition!'^‘““‘°”"®®‘®®‘®! 

• 1887 - ^^London, United Kingdom - American Exhibition!®®! 

• 1887 - ^^Newcastle, United Kingdom - Royal Mining, Engineering and Industrial Exhibi- 

[citation needed] 

• 1887 - fr^Rome, Italy - Esposizione mondiale (1887)!'^'““’°"^"®®'®®'®! 

• 1887-1888 - SHAdelaide, South Australia - Adelaide Jubilee International Exhibition (1887)!®®! 

Appendix II: List of World Expositions and Exhibitions (1790-1930) 321 

• 1888 - ^^Glasgow, United Kingdom - International Exhibition (1888)^^®' 

• 1888 -1 iBrussels, Belgium - Grand Concours International des Sciences et de Tlndustrie 

• 1888 - ^ZBarcelona, Spain - Exposicion Universal de Barcelona (1888)t^5] 

• 1888 - ^=Cincinnati, Ohio - Cincinnati Centennial Exposition (1888)^57] 

• 1888 - K Lisbon, ’ortugal - Exposigao Industrial Portugueza (1888)15*1 

• 1888 - SSCopenhagen, Denmark - The Nordic Exhibition of 1888 (Nordiske Industri-Land- 
brugs og Kunstudstilling)[54l 

• 1888-1889 - ISMelbourne, Australia - Melbourne Centennial Exhibitioni'^“®*“""®®‘^®‘*i 

• 1888-1889 - SHMelbourne, Victoria - Victorian Juvenile Industrial Exhibition (1888) 

• 1889 -1 IParis, France - Exposition Universelle (1889) - Eiffel Tower 

• 1889 - SHDunedin, New Zealand - New Zealand and South Seas Exhibition (1889) 

• 1889 - ^=Buffalo, United States - International Industrial Fair (1889) 


• 1890 - ^nBuenos Aires, Argentina - Agricultural Exhibition 

• 1890 - ^XVienna, Austria-Hungary - Agricultural and Forestry Exposition 

• 1890 - ^ZBremen, Germany - Nord-West-Deutsche Gewerbe und Industrie-Ausstellungi54] 

• 1890 - ^^London, United Kingdom - International Exhibition of Mining and Metallurgy 

• 1890 - ^^dinburgh. United Kingdom - International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry^^®] 

• 1890 - SHBallarat, Victoria - Australian Juvenile Industrial Exhibition 

• 1891 - ^HMoscow, Russia - Exposition 

• 1891 - ^ZFrankfurt, Germany - International Electro-Technical Exhibition - 

• 1891 - IXlKingston, Jamaica - International Exhibition (1891)[^5] 

• 1891 - ^XPrague, Austria-Hungary - General Land Centennial Exhibition (1891) at the 
Prague Exhibition Grounds [1] 

• 1891 - SHAdelaide, South Australia - Industrial Exhibition of South Australian Industries, 
Products and Manufactures 

• 1891 - EiPort-of-Spain, Trinidad - Trinidad and Tobago Exhibition 

• 1891-1892 - SDLaunceston, Tasmania - Tasmanian International Exhibition (1891)[54] 

• 1892 -1 iGrenoble, France - International Alpine Exposition of Grenoble 

• 1892-MGenoa, taly - Esposizione Italo-Americana (1892) 

• 1892 - ^^Washington, DC, United States - Exposition of the Three Americas (1892) (never 

• 1892 - ^^London, United Kingdom - Crystal Palace Electrical Exhibition 

• 1892-1893 - ^ZMadrid, Spain - Historical American Exposition^^^i 

• 1893 - ^=Chicago, United States - World's Columbian Expositions^*! - Palace of Fine Arts 
and the World's Congress Auxiliary Building 

• 1892 - SOKimberley, Cape Colony - South African and International Exhibition!5^l 

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• 1893 - ^^New York City, United States - World's Fair Prize Winners' Exposition (1893) 

• 1894 - ^^San Francisco, United States - California Midwinter International Exposition of 

• 1894 -1 lAntwerp, Belgium - Exposition Internationale d'Anvers (1894)[i3i 

• 1894 - ^nSantiago, Chile - International Mining and Metallurgical Exposition 

• 1894 -1 iLyons, France - Exposition internationale et colonialei^i] 

• 1894 - ^^Manchester, United Kingdom - British and Colonial Exhibition["*®‘‘°"™®'i®‘i' 

• 1894 - K Oporto, Portugal - Exposigao Insular e Colonial Portugueza 

• 1894 - liBFremantle, Western Australia - Fremantle Industrial Exhibition 

• 1895 - SHAdelaide, South Australia - Exhibition of Art and Industry 

• 1895 - SCHobart, Tasmania - Tasmanian International Exhibition (1895)^33] 

• 1895 - SHBallarat, Victoria - Australian Industrial Exhibition (1895) 

• 1895 -1 iBordeaux, France - Bordeaux Exposition [fr] 

• 1895 - • Kyoto, Japan - National Japanese Exhibition 

• 1895 - SHChristchurch, New Zealand - Art and Industrial Exhibition 

• 1895 - ^=Atlanta, United States - Cotton States and International Exposition (1895) (Atlanta 

• 1895 - ==Montvideo, Uruguay - National Agricultural Exhibition 

• 1896 -1 iRouen, France - National and Colonial Exposition^"*®*'”""®®'*®'*! 

• 1896 - ^^Kiel, Germany - International Shipping and Fishery Exposition 

• 1896 - ^XBudapest, Austria-Hungary - Hungarian Millenary Exhibition 

• 1896 - SlWellington, New Zealand - Wellington Industrial Exhibition 

• 1896 - ^HNizhny Novgorod, Russia - Pan Russian Exhibition^"*®**'’""®®'*®'*' 

• 1896 - SSMalmb, Sweden - Nordic Industrial and Handicraft Exhibition 

• 1896 - ^ZBerlin, Germany - Gewerbe-Ausstellung (1896)'®'*' 

• 1896 - MMexico City, Mexico - International Exposition (1896) (never held)'^®] 

• 1896 - it! Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom - Cardiff Fine Arts, Industrial, and Maritime 

• 1897 -1 iBrussels, Belgium - Exposition Internationale de Bruxelles (1897)'*’**' 

• 1897 -1 lArcachon, France - Arcachon International Exposition'®**®**"""®®'*®'*' 

• 1897 - l°'lGuatemala City, Guatemala - Exposicion Centroamericana'*’**] 

• 1897 - ^^London, United Kingdom - Imperial Victorian Exhibition'"*®**"""®®'*®'*^ 

• 1897 - SDBrisbane, Queensland - Queensland International Exhibition'**^' 

• 1897 - ^^Chicago, United States - Irish Fair (1897)'®**®**°""®®'*®'*' 

• 1897 - ^^Nashville, United States - Tennessee Centennial and International Exposition'****' 

• 1897 - SSStockholm, Sweden - General Art and Industrial Exposition of Stockholm'****' 

• 1897 - ^iKiev, Ukraine - Agricultural Exhibition'®**®**"" "®®'*®'*] 

• 1898 - HnBuenos Aires, Argentina - National Exhibition 

Appendix II: List of World Expositions and Exhibitions (1790-1930) 323 

• 1898 - mjerusalem, Ottoman Empire - Universal Scientific and Philanthropic Exposition 

( 1898 ) needed] 

1898 - SHAuckland, New Zealand - Auckland Industrial and Mining Exhibition['^“®*“""®®‘^®‘*' 
1898 - SHDunedin, New Zealand - Otago Jubilee Industrial Exhibition 
1898 - ^=Omaha, United States - Trans-Mississippi Expositionl®°l 
1898 - afSBergen, Norway - International Fisheries Exposition 
1898 - ^Sviunich/ Germany - Kraft - und Arbeitsmaschinen-Ausstellung (1898) 

1898 - ^=San Francisco, United States - California's Golden Jubilee (1898)^®' 

1898 - ^♦^urin, Italy - Esposizione Generale Italianai^^i 
1898 - ^XVienna, Austria-Hungary - Jubilaums-Ausstellung^®^' 

1898 - SDLaunceston, Tasmania - Tasmanian Juvenile Industrial Exhibition 

1898 - SOGrahamstown, South Africa - Industrial and Arts Exhibitionl‘^‘“‘°""®®‘^®‘^' 

1899 - iBCoolgardie, Western Australia - Western Australian International Mining and 
Industrial Exhibitions*’^' 

1899 - MComo, Italy - Como Electrical ExhibitionS‘^‘“°"™®‘^®‘^' 

1899 - ^=Omaha, Nebraska, United States - Greater America Exposition 
1899 - ^^Philadelphia, United States - National Export Exposition'*’^' 
1899 - ^^London, United Kingdom - Greater Britain Exhibition'*^' 


• 1900 - 1 IParis, France - Exposition Universelle (1900)'“' - Le Grand Palais 

• 1900 - SHAdelaide, South Australia - Century Exhibition of Arts and Industries (1900) 

• 1900 - SHChristchurch, New Zealand - Canterbury Jubilee Industrial Exhibition 

• 1901 - SBBendigo, Australia - Victorian Gold Jubilee Exhibition 

• 1901 - ^=Buffalo, United States - Pan-American Exposition'*’®' 

• 1901 - ^^Glasgow, United Kingdom - Glasgow International Exhibition (1901)'“' 

• 1901 - ^Xvienna, Austria-Hungary - Bosnische Weihnachts-Ausstellung (1901) 

• 1901 - ^^harleston. United States - South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Exposition'“' 

• 1902 - ^XVienna, Austria-Hungary - International Fishery Exposition 

• 1902 - frtTurin, Italy - Esposizione Internazionale d'Arte Decorativa Moderna'“' 

• 1902 - I iHanoi, ’rench Indochina - Hanoi exhibition (Indo China Exposition Erangaise et 
Internationale) t**®' 

• 1902 - 1 iLille, ’ranee - International Exposition of Lille 

• 1902 - ^^Cork, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland - Cork International Exhibition'®®' 

• 1902 - ^^Wolverhampton, United Kingdom - Wolverhampton Art and Industrial Exhibition 

• 1902 - ^HSt. Petersburg, Russia - International Fisheries Exhibition 

• 1902 - ^^New York City, United States - United States, Colonial and International Expo¬ 
sition (1902) (never held)'®®' 

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• 1902 - ^=loledo, Ohio, United States - Ohio Centennial and Northwest Territory Exposition 
(1902) - (never held)^^®' 

• 1903 - 8BMelbourne, Australia - Australian Federal International Exhibition 

• 1903 - • Osaka, Japan - National Industrial Exposition (1903)t*’^' 

• 1904 - ^=St. Louis, United States - Louisiana Purchase Expositions^®! (also called Louisiana 
Purchase International Exposition and Olympic Games ): 1904 Summer Olympics 

• 1904 - SBCape Town, South Africa - Cape Town Industrial Exhibition 

• 1905 - ^=Portland, United States - Lewis & Clark Centennial Exposition!®®! 

• 1905 -1 iLiege, Belgium - Exposition universelle et internationale de Liege(1905)!®®! 

• 1905 - ^^London, United Kingdom - Naval, Shipping and Fisheries Exhibition!®^! 

• 1905 - ^=New York City, United States - Irish Industrial Exposition (1905)!®®! 

• 1906 - ^XVienna, Austria-Hungary - Hygiene Exhibition 

• 1906 - l*^Milan, Italy - Esposizione Internazionale del Sempione!®®! 

• 1906 - ^^London, United Kingdom - Imperial Austrian Exhibition!®^! 

• 1906 - 1 iMarseille, France - Exposition coloniale (1906)!®^! 

• 1906 - 1 iBucharest, Romania - Romanian General Exposition 

• 1906 - 1 iTourcoing, France - International Exposition of Textile Industries 

• 1906-1907 - SHChristchurch, New Zealand - International Exhibition (1906)!®®! 

• 1907 - 1 iBordeaux, France - International Maritime Exposition [fr] 

• 1907 - • Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo Industrial Exhibition 

• 1907 - ilsBergen, Norway - Nordic Marine Motor Exhibition 

• 1907 - ^^Dublin, United Kingdom - Irish International Exhibition!®®! 

• 1907 - ^=Hampton Roads, United States - Jamestown Exposition 

• 1907 - ^=Chicago, United States - World's Pure Food Exposition (1907) 

• 1907 - ^ZMannheim, Germany - Internationale Kunst-Ausstellung (1907) 

• 1908 - 1 IMarseille, France - Exposition of Electricity 

• 1908 - sBlrondheim, Norway - Scandinavian Fisheries Exhibition 

• 1908 - ^ZZaragoza, Spain - Hispano-French Exposition of 1908!®^! 

• 1908 - ^^London, United Kingdom - Franco-British Exhibition (1908)!®®! 

• 1908 - ^^Edinburgh, United Kingdom - Scottish National Exhibition!®®!!®®! 

• 1908 - ^=New York City, United States - International Mining Exposition (1908) 

• 1908 - Eltsin de Janeiro, Brazil - Exhibition of the centenary of the opening of the Ports of 

• 1908 - 1 IMarseille, France - Exposition International de I'Electricite!^®!!^^! 

• 1909 - ^^London, United Kingdom - Imperial International Exhibition!^^! 

• 1909 - 1 iNancy, France - Exposition Internationale de I'Est de la France!"‘®*‘°""®®‘*®‘*! 

• 1909 - ^=Seattle, United States - Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition!®®! 

• 1909 - ^^New York City, United States - Hudson-Fulton Celebration!^®! 

Appendix II: List of World Expositions and Exhibitions (1790-1930) 325 

• 1909 - ^=San Francisco, United States - Portola Festival 

• 1909 - iiiiiQuito, Ecuador - National Ecuadorian Exposition^^^' 


• 1910 - ^Xvienna, Austria-Hungary - International Hunting Exposition 

• 1910 - ^HSantiago, Chile - International Agricultural and Industrial Exposition 

• 1910 - ■■Bogota, Colombia - Exposicion del Centenario de la independencia (1910)1'=“®*“" 


• 1910 - IBNanking, China - Nanyang Industrial Exposition^*’®' 

• 1910 -1 iBrussels, Belgium - Brussels International 1910'*’®' 

• 1910 - ^ZBuenos Aires, Argentina - Exposicion Internacional del Centenario''=“®‘“""'='=“®‘^' 

• 1910 - • Nagoya, Japan - Nagoya Industrial Exhibition 

• 1910 - ^^London, United Kingdom - Japan-British Exhibition'®^' 

• 1910 - ^=San Francisco, United States - Admission Day Festival (1910) September 8, 9,10 

• 1910 - ^XVienna, Austria-Hungary - Internationale Jagd-Ausstellung (1910) 

• 1911 -1 ICharleroi, Belgium - Charleroi Exposition 

• 1911 - ^=Havana, Cuba - Cuban National Exposition 

• 1911 -1 iRoubaix, France - International Exposition of Northern France 

• 1911 - ^ZOresden, Germany - International Hygiene Exhibition'®^' 

• 1911 - ^^London, United Kingdom - Coronation Exhibition (1911) 

• 1911 - ^^London, United Kingdom - Festival of Empire' 

• 1911 - fr^Rome, Italy - Esposizione internazionale d'arte (1911)'®^' 

• 1911 - SHWellington, New Zealand - Coronation Industrial Exhibition 

• 1911 - ^♦^urin, Italy - Turin International'®^' 

• 1911 - ^■Omsk, Russia - Western Siberian Exhibition 

• 1911 - ^^Glasgow, United Kingdom - Scottish Exhibition of National History, Art and 

• 1911 - ^=New York City, United States - International Mercantile Exposition (1911) 

• 1912 - ^^Manila, Philippines - Philippine Exposition (1912)''^“®**°""*=*=®®®' 

• 1912 - ^^London, United Kingdom - Latin-British Exhibition'^'^' 

• 1912,1917 - • Tokyo, Japan - Grand Exhibition of Japan (planned for 1912, postponed to 
1917 and then never held)'®®' 

• 1913 - KflMelbourne, Australia - Great All-Australian Exhibition 

• 1913 - ^Zkeipzig, Germany - International Building Trades Exposition 

• 1913 - SHAuckland, New Zealand - Auckland Exhibition'^®' 

• 1913 -1 iGhent, Belgium - Exposition universelle et internationale (1913)'®®' 

• 1913 - ^ZAmsterdam, Netherlands - Tentoonstelling De Vrouw 1813-1913''=“®*“" 

• 1913 - ^hCiev, Ukraine - All Russian Exhibition 

• 1913 - ^^Knoxville, United States - National Conservation Exposition''=“®*“""®®'^®“' 

326 The One World Tartarians 

• 1914 - ^^London - Anglo-American Exhibitions^®' 

• 1914 - ^aMalmo, Sweden - Baltic Exhibition''^‘““‘°""®®‘^®‘^' 

• 1914 - I iBoulogne-sur-Mer, France - International Exposition of Sea Fishery Industries 

• 1914 -1 iLyon, France - Exposition internationale urbaine de Lyon 

• 1914 - • Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo Taisho Exposition 

• 1914 - ^ZCologne, Germany - Werkbund Exhibition (1914)'®^' 

• 1914 - ^^Bristol, United Kingdom - International Exhibition (1914) 

• 1914 - ^^Nottingham, United Kingdom - Universal Exhibition (1914) (work begun on site 
1913 but never held) 

• 1914 - ^HSemarang, Dutch East Indies - Colonial Exhibition of Semarang (Colonial Exposition) 

• 1914 - SlaKristiania, Norway - 1914 Jubilee Exhibition {Norges Jubilseumsutstilling) 

• 1914 - ^^altimore. United States - National Star-Spangled Banner Centennial Celebration'®®' 

• 1914 - friGenoa, Italy - International exhibition of marine and maritime hygiene 

• 1915 - ^ICasablanca, Morocco - Casablanca Fair of 1915 

• 1915 - ^=San Francisco, United States - Panama-Pacific International Exposition'®®' Palace 
of Fine Arts 

• 1915 - ■"Panama City, Panama - Exposicion Nacional de Panama (1915)'^®' 

• 1915 - ^^Richmond, United States - Negro Historical and Industrial Exposition (1915) 

• 1915 - ^=Chicago, United States - Lincoln Jubilee and Exposition (1915) 

• 1915-1916 - ^=San Diego, United States - Panama-California Exposition'®®' 

• 1916 - SiWellington, New Zealand - British Commercial and Industrial Exhibition 

• 1918 - ^=New York City, United States - Bronx International Exposition of Science, Arts 
and Industries'^®' 

• 1918 - ^=Los Angeles, United States - California Liberty Fair (1918) 


• 1920 - SflAdelaide, Australia - All-Australian Peace Exhibition 

• 1920 - ^SShanghai, Republic of China - American-Chinese Exposition'®®' 

• 1921 - ^SRiga, Latvia - International Exhibition of Agriculture and Industry 

• 1921 - ISWellington, New Zealand - Exhibition of New Zealand Industries 

• 1921 - ^^ondon. United Kingdom - International Exhibition of Rubber and Other Tropical 
Products (1921) 

• 1922 -1 iMarseille, France - Exposition nationale coloniale (1922)'^®' 

• 1922- • Tokyo, Japan - Peace Exhibition (1922)'"*®®°""®®'®®'®' 

• 1922 - ISChristchurch, New Zealand - Exhibition of New Zealand Industries 

• 1922-1923 - ^^Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Exposigao do Centenario do Brasil (1922)'®®' 

• 1923 - ISAuckland, New Zealand - Dominion Industrial Exhibition 

Appendix II: List of World Expositions and Exhibitions (1790-1930) 327 

• 1923 - ^=Los Angeles, United States - American Historical Review and Motion Picture 
Exposition (1923) 

• 1923 - mCalcutta, India - Calcutta Exhibition (1923) preparatory to British Empire Exhibition 

• 1923 - BSMoscow, Soviet Union - All-Russian Agricultural and Domestic Industries 

• 1923 - ^iGothenburg, Sweden - Gothenburg Exhibition (1923) (Jubileumsutstallningens i 
Goteborg) (Liseberg)'^®' 

• 1923-1924 - SHHokitika, New Zealand - British and Intercolonial Exhibitions®^' 

• 1924 - ^^Wembley, London, United Kingdom - British Empire Exhibition 

• 1924 - ^=New York City, United States - French Exposition 

• 1924-1925 ^CBuenos Aires, Argentina - Industrial Exposition 

• 1925 - SHAdelaide, Australia - All-Australian Exhibition 

• 1925 - 1 iLyon, France - Foire 

• 1925 - SHWellington, New Zealand - Dominion Industrial Exhibition 

• 1925 - ^=San Francisco, United States - California's Diamond Jubilee (1925) 

• 1925 - I IParis, France - Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels 

• 1925-1926 - SHDunedin, New Zealand - New Zealand and South Seas International 

• 1926 - ^^Philadelphia, United States - Sesquicentennial Exposition'®®' 

• 1926 - ^*Berlin, Germany - Internationale Polizeiausstellung (1926) 

• 1927 - 1 iLyon, France - Foire internationale (1925) 

• 1927 - ^*Stuttgart, Germany - Werkbund Exhibition 

• 1928 - ^*Cologne, Germany - International Press Exhibition 

• 1928 - ^=Long Beach, United States - Pacific Southwest Exposition (1928)'®®' 

• 1929 - ^^Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom - North East Coast Exhibition 

• 1929 - ^EHangzhou, Republic of China - Westlake Exposition 

• 1929-1930 - ^ZSeville, Spain - Ibero-American Exposition 

• 1929-1930 - ^ZBarcelona, Spain,'®®' - 1929 Barcelona International Exposition 


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